High fat foods aren’t necessarily bad - in fact, you need to eat some every day. We look at several high fat foods that should be a part of everyone’s balanced diet!
Is it strange to hear the words “fat” and “diet” in the same sentence? In the past, you may have been told to avoid foods that are high in fat. Today, however, experts agree that in order to have a well-balanced diet, foods that are high in healthy fats need to be included. Consider adding some of these high fat foods to your diet for all round better health.
Guacamole fans can appreciate the need to add more avocados to a person’s diet. One fifth of this fruit contains 20 nutrients. Three fourths of the avocado is made up of heart-healthy, unsaturated fats. Researchers have found that the avocado also helps individuals absorb fat-soluble vitamins including E, A, and K. It’s important to note that avocados do tend to be high in calories, with each one weighing in at about 320.
Adding cheese to your diet could help decrease your risk of type 2 diabetes. However, it’s important to realize that not all cheese is going to be beneficial. Make sure to add aged cheeses like parmesan to the plate instead of other processed alternatives. As an added bonus, cheeses are also a great source of probiotics, keeping your gut healthy.
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