Good Fats List & Bad Fats List

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Good fats list shows healthy fats. Bad fats lists shows unhealthy fats. Learn how to tell good fats from bad fats.

Hi guys. Recently had a question about what are the good fats what are the bad fats. So I just created a little chart here to quickly run through here to show you what would be good and what would be bad.

Good fats list

Okay. The good fats lists starts with grass-fed fats. All the animal products, beef, chicken, turkey, are all good. Of course, cheese, grass-fed cheese is really good. Butter, grass-fed butter is good. Grass fed cream. All that’s really good.

Olive oil, even though it’s omega-6, which is usually inflammatory, olive oil does not create inflammation. So that’s a really awesome, good oil. Palm oil is good. Coconut oil is really good. Nuts and seeds have healthy oils.

Peanut butter, almond butter, other nut butters, are good too. Just make sure it doesn’t have sugar in it or any type of additional thing. I like to get peanut butter, organic with sea salt.

Avocado is awesome. Flaxseed oil is good because even though it helps to balance estrogen, it will not increase estrogen beyond your normal limit. What it does, it gives you more good estrogen and it eliminates the bad estrogen. So the ratios are better. It will not increase more total estrogen than you already have in your body, so you don’t have to worry about it. But this is a great omega-3 fatty acid. Sesame seed oil is really good as well. This is good for the blood. It’s also in something called tahini. You can get it at the health of store or any grocery store has it.

So then, we have lard which is from pork, and tallow which is from beef. While these are on our good fats list, I’m not promoting that you’re consuming a large amounts of this. But, if you’re consuming different foods and it’s in the pan, it is not a problem at all. The only thing is, with people with gallbladder issues, if they consume too much saturated fats it might aggrivate the gallbladder. And these animal products are not grain-fed, they’re grass-fed. Wild caught fish, a totally healthy type of omega-3 fat.

In Between Fats

Now I put fish oil supplements in the middle because if you’re getting fish oil from Costco or some large grocery store, it could be pretty rancid. so the quality is not there. if you want a good fish oil, I would get some high-quality. I like the virgin cod liver oil the best. But you can shop around for something very high quality.

Safflower oil and sunflower oil are right in the middle too. These oils are not a problem. It’s just that they’re high in omega-6. So if you’re consuming a lot of omega-6 and not enough omega-3, it could create more inflammation because omega-6 is inflammatory and omega-3 is anti-inflammatory.

Bad Fats List

Then we get to the bad fats list. Soy, corn, cottonseed, canola: GMO and also omega-6. So they’re very inflammatory. I would stay away from them.

Margarine: stay away from it. It’s a trans fat so it’s an altered fat. You’re gonna see it either as partially hydrogenated or hydrogenated. Just stay away from it. It’s gonna create problems.

So be careful about the oils and restaurant foods, especially if they’re frying it, because of the amount of soy they use. Unless you’re going to a carnival and getting your fried foods or the State Fair or the all-you-can-eat buffet. And I’m being very sarcastic, because all of those places have soy or corn oil. Well, Okay, they’re probably hydrogenated oils.

Now one point I wanted to make about saturated fats: you need saturated fats for 50% of the cellular membranes that you have in your body. So it’s a necessity. It’s a beneficial thing.

Now I do want to bring up the fact that people are freaked out about saturated fats. But the Framingham study, which is an extremely large study over a long period of time, found some interesting data. I’ll put a link down below. They found this, and you might find this hard to believe, that the more saturated fats that you eat, the less heart attacks you get. Okay, now I’m gonna put some data down below to check this out. But that’s a fact.

Okay, so that’s where the fats do not create a problem. It’s the insulin, it’s the sugars that do it. And the other really important fact I’m gonna bring up is that there is no study that connects consuming high cholesterol foods with increasing your cholesterol.

Okay. Why? Because your body makes cholesterol. And if you eat more, it makes less. Okay, that’s interesting.

And the last point I want to bring up is the plaque that clogs your arteries: actually 26% saturated fats and the rest of it is unsaturated fats. So you don’t have to be afraid of consuming healthy saturated fats. You really need to be concerned about the unsaturated ones, especially if they’re GMO.

So, there you have the good fats list and the bad fats list.

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You need saturated fats for cellular membranes.
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