|Title||kind of fat you need to know|
|Description||What comes to mind when you hear the word "fat"? Most definitely think that fat is a source that makes the body look fat and to eliminate it takes a pretty hard effort. Do not trigger despair, first identify the 3 types of body fat and source. Fat is one of the content or substances needed by the body as a source of energy other than carbohydrates. To obtain fat intake, there is no way other than eating foods and drinks that contain fat. Why? Because our body can not produce fat independently. Let's find out what's the difference between saturated fat, unsaturated fats, and trans fats below: 1. Saturated Fat This type of fat is commonly found in animal products, such as red meat, butter, or whole milk. In vegetable materials, saturated fats can be found in coconut oil and palm oil. Although beneficial to the body as a source of energy, but if you consume it in too much amount it can interfere with the health of the body, such as thickening blood and attached to the walls of blood vessels. In people who often consume saturated fats in large quantities and in the long run can be at risk of having several serious diseases such as stroke, heart, high blood, and blood clots. Type of Body Fat - Saturated Fat 2. Unsaturated Fats Unsaturated fats have a liquid shape, but when put into a cold temperature it can freeze. You can find unsaturated fats on vegetable products such as olive oil, sesame oil, sunflower seed oil, peanut oil, pecan oil, and donkey oil. According to the ahi, unsaturated fats can increase antibodies in the body, lower LDL cholesterol, and reduce the risk of heart attack. Unsaturated fats can be categorized into 2 types, namely: Monounsaturated fatty acids (mono-unsaturated fatty acids), which are found in olive oil, avocado, and most of the nuts. Polyunsaturated fat (poly-unsaturated fatty acids), which are found in corn oil, sunflower seed oil, and donkey oil. Type of Body Fat - Unsaturated Fat 3. Trans Fat Trans fats are derivatives of unsaturated fats that are compacted by a partial hydrogenation technique that causes a change in the chemical bond configuration of the fat. The purpose of making this trans fat is to make oil (especially from vegetable materials) to be more durable, stable, and durable because it is solid at room temperature than when it is still in liquid form. You can find trans fats on margarine and butter. Consume this type of oil to a minimum, yes. Type of Body Fat - Trans Fat make better recipes in healthy guides blog Fat is indeed one of the substances that are difficult to decompose by water, the accumulation of fat in the amount of very much in the body will result in weight gain or body becomes fat, distended stomach, and others. Well, after knowing the type of body fat, you certainly already know that fat in large amounts can cause obesity. So, start to adjust the consumption of fat in a balanced amount and enough as a source of energy for the body,|
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