Video: 12 Bad Fats and What They Do To Your Body

12 Fats That You Shouldn’t Eat #keto #highfat #lowcarb #hflc #paleo

12 fats that you shouldn’t eat. Some will surprise you.

When I went high-fat, keto, I ate more than one of these bad fats because I thought they were good. Fail on me. These bad fats throw off cholesterol, inflame the gut and increase cancer risk, all things that we don’t want.

There are a couple of reasons why these 12 fats made the list of fats that I choose not to eat (and recommend that my clients, friends and family don’t consume them either). In the end, it all boils down to inflammation and hormone regulation. The less of these fats we eat, the less inflammation and better hormone control we’ll have in our body. As always, I’m sure you can find sources out there that point to the fats I’ve listed as being “healthy”, but therein lies the problem. I encourage you to try this out, see if it feels right for you, and take it from there.

Today I’m sharing with you the 12 fats that you should avoid within my keto eating style. Some may even surprise you!

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Which fats have you been eating that; after watching the video, you’ll look at removing?

If you’re like me and thought that grapeseed oil was something that was healthy and “safe”, join the club! The main concern with grapeseed oil is its high level of omega 6 fats. These fats, as mentioned a bit in the keto video, increase inflammation, can cause hormonal imbalance and thyroid dysfunction.

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  1. Hi Leanne, for Sunflower oil, what if it is Non-GMO cold pressed and used cold as a salad topping. (And not used for cooking). I have this one, “Healthy Harvest Non-GMO Sunflower Oil – Healthy Cooking Oil for Cooking, Baking, Frying & More – Naturally Processed to Retain Natural Antioxidants”. I bought sunflower oil prior based on the advice at an alternate website stating that sunflower oil is a beneficial fat and does not spike insulin levels and now I have a whole jug of it….