Sep 222015
 

fats

The Real Meal Revolution by Tim Noakes has really taken South Africa by storm and is fast becoming popular in Australia and New Zealand.

So the question is: Can butter, or even bacon, be good for you?  I wouldn’t go quite that far, but but recent studies have challenged what we all grew up believing about fat.

Practitioners in the United States are chiming in on the matter too.

For years, providers were taught that fats in the diet caused heart disease and strokes; however, eating more fat [may] actually help you lose weight and improves good cholesterol. The unhealthy fats are those man-made fats, especially trans fats. Natural fats,” , such as those found in butter, olive oil, bacon and meats with higher saturated fat levels, “are dealt with in our body in a healthy manner. It is still important to eat and cook with natural fats. Fat in the diet does not increase blood sugar and glucose.”  Carol A. Birch, Swedish Weight Loss Services

With all this going on, you might be tempted to go all out with that bacon cheeseburger, but our advice to you is to stick to the old adage, “Everything in moderation.”

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