In the study published in the journal, 'International Journal of Cardiology,' researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) examined the effects of three healthy diets emphasising different macronutrients - carbohydrates, proteins, or unsaturated fats
- on a biomarker that directly reflects heart injury.
Consuming unsaturated fats
serves all the good purposes of fat without adding these risks.
Most foods high in unsaturated fats
contain both, though some have more of one than the other.
According to Harvard School of Public Health, chicken skin contains healthy, unsaturated fats
that lower bad cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease.
Researchers randomly assigned 38 people to eat an extra 1,000 calories a day of saturated fat (from butter, cheese, and coconut oil), unsaturated fat
(largely from olive oil, pesto, and pecans), or sugar (from candy, a sugary drink, and orange juice).
They were told to eat mostly protein and fat, and to choose foods with primarily unsaturated fats
like fish, olive oil and nuts.
For decades, health officials have urged the public to avoid saturated fat as much as possible, saying it should be replaced with the unsaturated fats
in foods like nuts, fish, seeds and vegetable oils.
Still, the majority of people believe that saturated fats should be limited and unsaturated fats
have ability to lower cholesterol in the human body and cause no harm confirming the best alternate of butter for high cholestrolic patients.
and oils mainly come from plants," says Robyn.
Check your cheese - try to choose reduced fat, and use less of it Good fat bad fat Unsaturated fat
You may have heard this called "good" fat.
The most common unsaturated fat
acid of nature is lineolic acid that cannot be synthesized in body and is prefabrication of arachidonic acid.