So which fats should you eat?
Firstly, always choose organic if you can and it should come in a glass bottle. Store all non-saturated fats in the fridge to maintain the quality and to stop it from putrefying / rotting.
The Good Fats – Omega 3, use them raw as much as you want:
- Black currant
Saturated Good Fats – use to cook and fry (medium heat maximum):
- Coconut oil
The Neutral Fats – Omega 9, use it raw:
- Olive oil
The Bad Fats – Omega 6, limit your intake to a few servings a day:
- Canola (Non-GMO)
- Corn (Non-GMO)
The Ugly Fats – just plain avoid as much as you can:
- Saturated: palm, lard (animal fat)
- Trans fats: produced by hydrogenation, high heat, and deep-frying any fat
- GMO fats: corn, canola, palm
- Deep-fried fats: any fat used to fry on high heat or any deep-fried fat is toxic
If you have further questions about how to eat healthy, feel free to ask me.
Dr. David Manning, ND
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