Rethinking fats:Eating fats wisely

* Eat fresh and organic, with more protein and fats – and less carbohydrates and sugar – than food experts recommend


* Avoid anything processed, refined or interfered with. The chances are, it contains trans fats or polyunsaturated oils.


* Don’t consciously avoid fats of any sort if they are a natural part of the food you eat. It may be healthier to eat that fresh chicken with its skin than to eat a processed ready-meal of chicken breast without it.


* Don’t forget fish oils and flaxseed oils – the omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids – which are the really good fats.


* Cook with traditional fats and oils: butter, lard, coconut and olive oils.

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