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7 Healthy Fats You Need to Consume Regularly

Over the past few decades, fatty foods have been vilified in the United States. In fact, the American Heart Association recommended in the mid-1970’s that people should reduce their fat intake and instead eat more carbohydrates. While the guidelines released advocated more for carbs in the form of fruits, the average American understood that all carbs were healthy and all fats were bad. As a result, people began consuming more sugary and processed foods and refined carbs. The problem?

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Inflammation: The Silent Killer

Did you know that the average lifespan of a NFL football player is only 62 years? (Current events: Crunch time – professional football – brief article.) That’s about ten years less than the average American male. Other sources have said that the average may be as low as 55 years old. Why do you think that is? Their bodies have been in a chronic inflamed state for years!

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The Power of the WHOLE Egg

The times are finally starting to catch up with the research that has been going on for the past number of decades in regards to eating whole eggs. We’ve been told for a number of years to avoid eating egg yolks as they will increase cholesterol levels and, as a result, are linked with heart disease and coronary artery disease. Thankfully, this thought-process has been proven wrong time and time again. In fact, there are plenty of studies that show eating whole eggs by no means increases cholesterol levels and even helps to improve cholesterol levels.

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