FAT BURNING FOODS (You’ll Never Guess The Surprising Best Food To Eat!) – Funny Video

Nooooo! The low fat revolution was so mistaken So mistaken it's almost silly

Let me tell you a little secret You need fat to burn fat "Whatcha say?" I said fat burns fat

"What you talkin' bout, Willis?" I'm talkin' about how fats are actually the body's preferred fuel for optimum metabolism, as well as health How consuming dietary fats actually helps break down existing body fat by activating certain pathways through the liver And how eating fats keeps you full longer and stimulates muscle growthboth which also help to burn fat Yes, and not only that, but eating fat also makes all the nutrients from your food more absorbable, which keeps all systems running properly, including weight management and fat burning In addition, fatty acids boost seratonin levels in the brain, improving mood and energy levels, which improves motivationwhich aids in fat burning Did I mention fat burning? Even your brain is made up of about 60 percent fat Feed it something it wants and requires and it will happily repay your body The whole low fat idea was based off of flawed and limited studies that didn't take into account many factors, and unfortunately it's still going strong Clearly it's working so well, considering the skyrocketing obesity rates and disease increases

So what's missing from the whole low fat concept? You got it- Fat Congratulations! You win an informational discussion on how fats can benefit your health and fat burning Fat really is the missing component from the majority of people's diets, unfortunately mostly because we've always been scared into staying away from it This has had detrimental effects on our fat burning capabilities and our health But we are starting to realize just how important fats are for optimal functioning

Now hold on thereDon't go getting all gung-ho just yet Just as with everything, there are good fats and bad fats

Basically you want to stick to healthy sources of fat, such as coconut or MCT oil, raw nuts, grassfed butter, wild caught fatty fish, grassfed meats, olives and olive oil, avocados, etc These healthy saturated fats have been wrongfully accused of being dietary 'villains' Now on the other hand, the fats that you do want to stay away from are trans fats and partially hydrogenated oils, such as soybean, canola, corn, safflower, cottonseed, sunflower, peanut

Your typical vegetable oil would be on this list Those are the fats that create inflammation and are linked to heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and all kinds of other not fun stuff So if you start looking closer and paying attention, you'll notice these oils in many processed foods everywhere, including ones you probably eat, especially fried foods and snack items

As I always say, take charge of your health by reading ingredient labels It's one of the best things you can do for your body As with anything, you'll want to gradually introduce fats into your diet slowly, so that your body has time to adapt, especially if you're not accustomed to eating them There can be undesirable side effects (can we say frequent trips to the throne if you know what I mean) if you overdo it on the fats too fast So start slow

Now, and VERY IMPORTANT note here: Along with increasing healthy fats, it's also vital to decrease carbohydrate consumption This is the key factor for getting your body into a fat-adapted state (ie burning fat for fuel instead of glucose from carbohydrates) If you continue to consume large amounts of carbohydrates from grainy and starchy sources, then your body will continue to use the glucose for energy and store the extra fat as, well, extra fat (as well as create an environment for many health issues to occur)

All in all, I really hope that we can stop fearing the fat and open our eyes to the amazing ways which it can help us to not only burn fat but also to create happy healthy bodies! I did not get abs from eating low fat- I can tell you that So, to recap- Low fat Bad fats

Good fats Get some fat in your life!

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