Eat Healthy Fats with Each Meal

One of the myths we talk about in Get At The Roots Weight Loss program is fat does not make us fat!  We need to eat the right kinds of fat to bring health to our body and brain. The right fats are needed to manufacture hormones and mood-enhancing brain chemistry. This includes thyroid hormone, which is needed for metabolism.

Fats help to slow digestion to keep you feeling satisfied longer and keep the blood sugar, energy and mood stable.

Great sources of healthy fats:

  • Extra Virgin Olive oil

    Fats are Necessary for a Healthy Body

  • Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
  • Pumpkin Seed Oil
  • Avocado
  • Raw Nuts/ Seeds
  • Raw Nut Butters
  • Organic Butter
  • Organic Whole-Milk Yogurt
  • Wild Caught Fish Oil
  • Ghee
  • Lard
  • Duck / Goose Fat
  • Lamb Fat
  • Tallow

What? Yes, you did read correctly coconut oil, butter, lard, duck/goose fat, lamb fat and tallow are good for you despite the fact that these oils and fats have been long blacklisted as a bad. It is extremely important to the program and the long-term success of each participant to eat healthy fats with each meal / snack. The key is to have balance meals with the proper amounts of protein, carbohydrate and fat, blood sugar will stay stable; you will feel satisfied longer, you will have more energy and burn more body fat.

New Get At The Roots class starts Wednesday January 18th.

Free introductory session January 11th come and check it out. Please RSVP by contacting me

If you sign up by January 11th you receive $25 off

"The Objective of the Program is to Get The Body Healthy"

 

 

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One thought on “Eat Healthy Fats with Each Meal

  1. I believe that avoiding processed foods could be the first step to help lose weight. They might taste fine, but processed foods have very little vitamins and minerals, making you eat more simply to have enough power to get with the day. If you’re constantly ingesting these foods, converting to grain and other complex carbohydrates will aid you to have more energy while ingesting less. Good blog post.

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