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Instead, he suggests a plant-based, Mediterranean style diet, which is many dietitians favorite suggestion too.
Instead, he suggests a plant-based, Mediterranean style diet, which is many dietitians' favorite suggestion too.
Not all fats are created equal. Shutterstock
Getting enough fat in your diet can be a great way to stay full, trim, and sharp. Fats are inherently energy- and calorie-rich foods, but that doesn't mean they're bad or that they will make you fat.
Eating the right kinds of fats feeds both the body and brain, all while keeping us full longer, so we're not as tempted to overeat or binge on sugary, crash-inducing snacks.
In fact, studies have shown no evidence of a link between how many daily calories a person gets from fat, and how likely they are to gain weight or develop heart disease. Besides, when food manufacturers lower the amount of fat in a food, they typically up the sugar and carbohydrates instead, so it's better to embrace the role of fat in your diet instead of swapping it out for more sugary, cakey sweets.
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