Generally, there's no need to restrict saturated fat. The rationale for saturated fat restriction is based on the idea that high cholesterol causes clogged arteries. Actually, inflammation is the problem. Here's what a heart surgeon says.
"Cholesterol does not cause Heart disease-inflammation in the arteries does. What is inflammation and where is it coming from? The answer to that question is both tragic and sad. The very dietary recommendations born of the cholesterol theory of no-fat and low fat foods cause inflammation. Polyunsaturated Omega-6 oils; packaged and processed foods created for shelf life and not long life; sugars and simple carbohydrates create inflammation. This is the cause of an epidemic of heart disease, obesity and other chronic illnesses." Google The cholesterol theory - a tragedy to health."
Try exercising 5 or more days a week, lose some weight, reduce saturated fat in your diet, reduce cholesterol in your diet, reduce trans fat in your diet, avoiding alcohol, or eating fish with high amounts of omega-3.
Per day, the American Heart Association recommends reducing saturated fat to less than 7% of caloric intake, less than roughly 20 grams per day for a 2000 calorie diet. Saturated fat negatively affects cholesterol levels, increasing the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Saturated fat should not be seen as something that one should actively try to include in one's diet as any diet containing fat inevitably contains some saturated fat. Most Americans consume too much saturated fat per day. Reducing your saturated fat consumption can help reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke. Or if you live in UK 34 G satuated fat 9 G salt 145 G sugar 124 G Fat 2650 Kcal
Of the three main types of fat in a diet (monounsaturated, polyunsaturated and saturated fats), saturated fat is considered the least desirable. It would be wise to reduce your consumption of saturated fat in order to reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke. On a side note, trans-fat, while not a large percentage of the average person's daily fat intake, appears to be the most dangerous, and has a drastically greater effect on cholesterol levels than saturated fat has. An ideal diet should essentially eliminate trans-fats, do not consume any product which lists a hydrogenated or partially-hydrogenated oil and avoid fast food (such as french fries and other deep fried items) which are very likely to have been prepared using hydrogenated oils.
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No saturated fat
The two basic types of fats are 1) Saturated fat and 2) Trans fat. Avoid trans fat in your diet as it is proved that it is not very healthy for the body. Saturated fat in moderate quantity is not a problem. If diet has mono saturated and mono unsaturated types of fat, they are known as healthy fats when taken in small amounts.
Trans fat and saturated fat are the unhealthy ones. Trans fat is worse than saturated fat. See also:Different types of fat - which are healthy?Some healthy snacksHow can I lose weight?Could you describe a balanced diet?What features would a good weight-loss program have?
One can reduce their cholesterol through many different methods. A change in diet to one that includes more fiber and fish, and less saturated fat is one of the recommended options, but medication does exist as well.
It's generally recommended you consume no more than 20g of saturated fat, based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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