What about the bad fat?
Bad fatty acids are called saturated fatty acids that increase cholesterol levels and are therefore bad for your health and heart. Where are these bad fats? In palm oil, butter, sausages, fried foods … If it is not to be totally avoided, it is to be reasonable with their consumption.

What are the good fats?
You will find Omega 9 in the oleaginous! Cap on cashews, nuts, hazelnuts, almonds! Avocado and extra virgin olive oil are also rich in omega 9.

Eating fat is bad for your health, do you think?
Not necessarily. the good fats those that are essential to our organism, even contribute to limit cardiovascular diseases. However, it is necessary to make the difference between good and bad! we explain to you.

Essential lipids!
Are you fleeing any fat food? the word even you eco? And yet! Lipids are one of the essential foods in our body, just like proteins or carbohydrates. Lipids are, in fact, contained in the fat constitute the structure of the membranes of our cells, and are essential to the proper functioning of our neurons, and to the health of the skin. In addition, lipids promote the transport of certain proteins, vitamins and hormones in the blood.

The good fat protects you.
The good fat is what is called unsaturated fatty acids. There are two types: monounsaturated fatty acids and polyunsaturates, both of which protect you from cardiovascular disease. It is therefore interesting to include them in your diet.

For omega 3, you have walnut and soy linseed oils, but also fatty fish like salmon, tuna, trout, sardines and mackerel.
Omega 6, it will turn to sunflower oils, corn and soy. As well as seeds like hemp or pumpkin seeds!

Omega 3:
to help you better
Polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega3 and 6) can not be synthesized by the body. It is therefore essential to integrate them into the diet.

Omega-3s improve cardiovascular health, they fight against depression, asthma and diabetes. In contrast, omega-6 is good … if it is consumed without excess: too much omega-6 can promote some inflammatory diseases.

Omega-9:
The caretakers of your body
Monounsaturated fatty acids, also known as omega-9, help to lower the level of bad cholesterol in the blood. But that’s not all: they boost the production of good cholesterol on the same occasion. Magic is not it!