Fat is Thin


Is It Fat or Fiction?

By BodyEcology.com

 … The public is finally beginning to realize the dangers of trans fats and the absolute necessity of eating essential fatty acids (EFA’s) for good health.
 
But it’s still “buyer beware”. … margarine containing some omega-3 essential fatty acids … natural butter … animal fat … cholesterol … saturated fat … canola oil … saturated fat … olive oil …

Organic ghee (clarified butter without the milk solids), unrefined virgin coconut oil, or palm oil … are all delicious and healthy alternatives to any spread. Keep reading …

Short and medium chain fats are less likely to cause weight gain because they can be quickly absorbed for energy. Butterfat and tropical fats are examples of short and medium chain saturated fats. (Microflora like it when you eat butter and coconut oil.) …

Certain saturated fats have anti-microbial properties and protect you against pathogenic bacteria and yeasts in your digestive tract. For this reason, coconut oil is gaining popularity and is very healthy. …

Normal mother’s milk is rich in saturated fat and cholesterol. … What about cholesterol? Here too the public has been misinformed. (surprise, surprise!) When your blood vessels become structurally weakened from too many free radicals or viruses, cholesterol steps in to repair the damage and protect your vessels from further harm. Think of cholesterol as your body’s “putty”, which it makes to repair your blood vessels … The more fix-ups you need, the more cholesterol your body will produce!
 
So you see, elevated cholesterol levels can be a symptom of too much wear and tear in your arteries caused by a variety of factors (which have nothing to do with cholesterol consumption).

(Cholesterol-) like saturated fats, it gives cells structural integrity. … Cholesterol is important in the manufacturing of many important hormones in your body that regulate stress and sexual functions. … It is a precursor to Vitamin D … Low levels of cholesterol have been linked to aggressive and violent behavior and depression. (It is) crucial for digestion and the assimilation of fats … Low levels can lead to leaky gut syndrome or other intestinal disorders. …

It’s the virtual elimination and villianization of unrefined, good fats like butter, ghee, and tropical oils, along with the corresponding increase in the consumption of processed, low-quality vegetable oils and fats that has contributed to the health of our nation plummeting to an all time low. …

Naturally, you’ll want to DIGEST these oils as well. … Probiotic foods and liquids are key. (Also) it’s important to not combine large amounts of fats with your proteins, however, as this delays digestion of proteins – something we will explain in further detail when we get to The Principle of Food Combining. …

This is the seventh article in our highly requested and popular “Spotlight on Body Ecology” series, where we have been getting to know The Body Ecology Principles more intimately. To read previous articles, click here.

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  2. icliks says:

    Well, that was the tweet heard round the world, apparently. Thanks!

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