We know which fats, like trans and saturated fat, to limit. But what are the fats that are good for us? In this article, we are going to talk about polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs).
This all-natural, heart-healthy, and carb-controlled eating guide is ideal for sedentary or moderately active, shorter women, or taller women aiming for healthy weight loss. Tap to learn more!
This heart-healthy menu follows DASH guidelines, controls carbs, and is ideal for sedentary or moderately active, shorter women or taller women aiming for healthy weight loss.
Trans fats are commonly found in many processed foods. It’s okay to have a treat every once in a while, but it is best to cut out foods high in trans fats as much as possible.
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When thinking of “fats”, people often automatically link it with “unhealthy”. However, there are different types of fats that play different roles in health, and not all of them are bad.
Did you know that beans are carbohydrates? So are fruits! Here's a breakdown of the different types of carbs and how your body digests them.
When thinking of "fats", people often automatically link it with "unhealthy". However, there are different types of fats that play different roles in health, and not all of them are bad. This article will introduce you monounsaturated fats and how they impact health.