Following a healthy diet requires a lot of focus and careful consideration in choosing your diet, along with the need to rely on exercise to achieve the satisfying results you desire.
For his part, Dr. Therapeutic and Clinical Nutrition Consultant at Cairo University Faculty of Medicine. Moufida Al-Shalakhani revealed that when following a diet to lose weight, a person may try to eliminate fat from their diet. This is the cause of increased body mass and hence weight gain.
In his report to “Yum Seven”, the medical nutrition consultant said that fats have always had a bad name for weight gain, but on the contrary, not all fats are harmful to the body. For example, there are healthy fats. Nutritional component of a weight loss program, and they should not be excluded.
Eating fats in moderation doesn't make you gain weight because the body needs healthy fats to maintain stamina, build muscle, and provide energy. They also help with satiety, ensuring you don't overeat. In addition to food, there are many other sources of omega-3 fatty acids, the most important of which are butter and alcohol, which are important sources for nervous system health and brain health. The body does not produce them. , so they must be obtained from the diet.
But not all fats are healthy, as the “Healthyside” report explains. Unsaturated fats are found only in fish, nuts, and fruits and vegetables. Stay away from trans fats and hydrogenated fats. There are saturated fats, which are not. Trans fats are just as harmful, but should be consumed in moderation. Examples of foods high in saturated fat include red meat, butter, cheese, and ice cream. Saturated fats are also found in vegetable fats such as coconut and palm oil.
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