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The Horrifying effects of Fatty Food on your Body

Here we are describing The Horrifying effects of Fatty Food on your Body. Check out the effect of it.

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Do we really need to have fatty food? Well, the surprising answer to that is “Yes, we do.”

A small amount of the RIGHT fat is important for your health and is a part of a healthy balanced diet (the word “RIGHT” being the key here). Fat provides some of the essential fatty acids to our body, something which our bodies don’t make on its own.

Fat also helps absorb Vitamin A, Vitamin, D and Vitamin E, and that’s the reason dieticians recommend having some amount of fat as part of our regular diet.

However, there are some fats, like the Saturated and Trans Fats which are not healthy for us, and should be avoided.

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Some of these fat is present in foods such as:

  • fatty cuts of meat
  • pies
  • ghee, butter and lard
  • cheese, especially cheddar
  • cream, soured cream and ice cream
  • some savory snacks, like cheese crackers and some popcorns
  • chocolate confectionery
  • biscuits, cakes and pastries
  • palm oil
  • coconut oil and coconut cream

So, what does these do to our bodies?

To start with, intake of fatty foods can cause an immediate bloating, gas, acidity and heartburn. In the long term, you may have an increased risk of heart disease, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.

Some research also shows that these kind of fatty food can cause short term memory loss, and muscle related problems. More and more dieticians are therefore advising people to move away from these to more plant-based fats and proteins.

A diet high in saturated fat could also cause a short-term decline in cognitive function. Excessive fat intake can result in obesity and dieticians increasingly warn people with obesity with risk of breast, endometrial, prostate and colorectal cancers.

People who supposedly eat fast food more than two times per week are twice as likely to develop insulin resistance. Also, a strong association has been found between fried fatty food and Type 2  diabetes.

Some studies have also linked the consumption of trans fats to an increased risk for inflammation in the body. This inflammation can in turn, cause harmful health effects that may include heart disease, diabetes, and even stroke in the long run.

The bottom line is to consult a dietician immediately if you have diagnosed with obesity, diabetes or high blood pressure. Let he/she put you on a properly balanced diet with the right amount and type of fat in it, and take you off unstable or unhealthy oils that can have several detrimental health effects.

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