Good Fats v.s. Bad Fats
Bad Saturated Fats clog arteries and directly raise total and bad cholesterol levels know as (LDL).
Saturated fats mostly come from products such as meat and dairy.
Bad Trans fats, known as cholesterol levels (LDL) were invented by scientists to provide a better shelf life for food products.
Bad Trans fats found in food products such as french fries, cookies, margarine, popcorn, cakes and other products.
Good Monounsaturated fats can lower bad cholesterol (LDL) while increasing good cholesterol levels (HDL).
Most Monounsaturated fats can be found in food products such as: Walnuts, Nuts, peanuts, Canola and olive oils.
Good Polyunsaturated fats lower total cholesterol and bad cholesterol levels.
Most Polyunsaturated fats can be found in products such as: salmon and other fish, corn and sunflower oils and other products.
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