Good Fats, Bad Fats and Cholesterol!

Get to know your good fats and bad fats

WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT FATS!

DON’T ASSUME ‘LOW FAT’ OR ‘FAT FREE’ IS BETTER OR HEALTHIER

These foods are often heavy in added sugards and refined starches which is associated with development of bad cholesterol

AVOID TRANS FAT

That contain partially hydrogenated vegetable oils.

These are now banner in the States.

Examples are commercially baked goods and some margarines.

WHAT IMPORTANT IS

THE TYPE OF QUALITY OF FATS

THAT YOU EAT

INCREASE UNSATURATED FATS (OLIVE OIL, AVOCADO, NUTS, SEAFOOD)

Moderate or DECREASE saturated fats (processed meats, certain dairy products)

Saturated fats should be less than 10% of your diet and if possible replace them with polysaturated fats.

What are good fats ?!

Good Fats generally = unsaturated fats, poly and monounsaturated fats such as those in olive oil, oily fish, avocados. Think Mediterranean diet.
Bad Fats generally = Saturated fats such as those in processed meats.
Trans fats should be absolutely avoided.

My 5 Star energy management system.

Keeps my energy levels in balance!. The perfect partner for managing your energy levels throughout the day. I take it every morning, mostly as a drink with water, but also blended through a vegetable smoothie, I find it helps me to sustain my energy levels and removes those erratic peaks and troughs which given the times we are operating in also helps me manage my mood!

Daniel R

26% DROP

7.8 to 5.8 in 2 months !!

I took Cholestero-Low for 2 months and my cholesterol came down from 7.8 to 5.8. (26% reduction) I would have been better with my diet and exercise but not not enough to cause this much of a change. I started with Strawberry but I prefer the lemon !!

Michael

One comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

×