The ratio of carbohydrate – fat on a daily basis should be 50-30, the remainder consists of protein …
Thirty percent = every third bite
This does not apply to any fat, but those healthy unsaturated, less saturated, so-called trans fats. Here’s why:
Healthy fats reduce levels of bad cholesterol, improve blood system, make hair shinier, skin look younger, regulate sleep …
We found healthy fats in some products like nuts, fish, etc…
Sources of unsaturated fatty acids are:
Oils: olive, linseed, coconut
Nuts: Brazil nuts, Cashew nuts, Lenika, pistachios
Fish: tuna, salmon, herring …
Avocados are also a great source of healthy fats.
You should be consumed daily, but in limited quantities because nuts regardless of being very healthy they have a lot of calories.
Which foods are bad fats and why you should avoid?
Avoid these fats as much as possible, they mostly found in margarine, refined sunflower oil, fried fast foods and processed foods, baked goods or long-term cookies and biscuits
Sources strengthen fatty acids are:
Chocolate cream, savory snacks, wellness cakes and biscuits, cookies from health food stores (full of trans fat and white flour and are more than healthy), pretzels, puff pastry, vegetable cheese, vegetable cream, whipped cream, pastry bakeries in … All these products contain artificial fats made.
The most products have written much trans fat contained, because labor is not to eat more than half a gram per serving because they are too dangerous and unhealthy: carcinogens are and harmful for the heart and blood vessels, adversely affect the metabolism and promote fat deposition in the body.