August 5, 2016

12 Foods that Make Your Body Eat Its Own Fat

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If you’ve gone shopping at any point in the last ten years, you’ve seen food labels touting “low-calorie” or “low-fat,” and yet obesity is still on the rise. Americans keep gaining weight, and while there are many medical reasons for this to happen, a large part of the problem is the American diet.
The following foods are all considered fat. By increasing your intake of these healthy fats, you’ll relax your body into shedding unwanted fat. Bodies need fat to survive, and the human body is excellent at storing fat for times of “starvation.” Nowadays there is little chance of anyone in the USA needing to dip into their stored fat due to starvation, but your body doesn’t know you have access to an unlimited supply of food at the grocery store.
There are two types of “good fat” that you should be adding to your diet to help you shed your unwanted fat once and for all. Monounsaturated fats (MUFA) should be included in every meal and snack during the day. This means adding at least five MUFA servings to your daily diet. The other type is polyunsaturated fats (PUFA), and they should be added to your diet twice per day. In our gallery that follows, the first six items are monounsaturated fats and the last six items are the polyunsaturated fats.

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