Why Some Fats are Good for Health | AIB
We usually do not recognize that not all the fats we eat are bad for our body. There is a lot of fats that are beneficial for our health. We actually need fats, can’t live without them, they provide essential fatty acids, keep our skin soft, deliver fat-soluble vitamins, and an excellent source of energizing fuel.
But it’s easy to get confused about good and bad fats, and how much fat we should eat. In this article, we will share you some points about not all fats is created in the same way, and how our bodies need healthy fats to stay fit.
An adult person should get 20% to 35% of their calories from fats from their diet. If these fats are healthy, they are beneficial for our heart. But many times we replace them with refined carbohydrates like white bread and white rice. But these carbs can increase our triglyceride levels, and contribute to the onset of cardiovascular disease.
Types of Healthy Fats!
- Monounsaturated Fats
- Polyunsaturated Fats