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How to control fat intake

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Fats (or lipids) are the most energetic nutrients: one gram of fat provides 9 calories. They are however not bad, and on the contrary, essential to the functioning of our body. Do not forget that our brain and nerves are made of fat ... So, it takes because they also represent an energy reserve of the body, but not too much.Read more: http://bit.ly/17S2YhG

Fats (or lipids) are the most energetic nutrients: one gram of fat provides 9 calories. They are however not bad, and on the contrary, essential to the functioning of our body. Do not forget that our brain and nerves are made of fat ... So, it takes because they also represent an energy reserve of the body, but not too much.Read more: http://bit.ly/17S2YhG

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  1. 1. How to control Fat intake? Fats (or lipids) are the most energetic nutrients: one gram of fat provides 9 calories. They are however not bad, and on the contrary, essential to the functioning of our body. Do not forget that our brain and nerves are made of fat ... So, it takes because they also represent an energy reserve of the body, but not too much. Where do they store fat? You know very well, and often, you dread: the cells that form the fatty tissue under the skin (ah this dreaded cellulite!) Or around organs (visceral or deep fat). In fact, the fat tissue is a reserve of energy that keeps our body in case ?? When you want to control your weight, the balance of fat intake (quality and quantity) is fundamental. So how? The first point is to define the amount of fat to be added for cooking, seasoning ?? In the case of a low calorie diet, the total intake is about 50 to 60 grams (for guidance, two tablespoons coffee butter or margarine to 41% or two tablespoons of oil already cover half of needs). It remains only 25 grams of fat, already in foods such as meat, fish, eggs, ham and sausages, cheeses, dairy products and all other hidden fat in products "fatty and sugary" (biscuits, chocolate, pastries, cakes ??). This means that the coverage of needs is done very quickly ?? So, make use of all the tricks to keep a low fat "visible" in particular as an oil (particularly rapeseed, rich in omega 3) and limit additions cooking (replacing them with flavors such as Spices and herbs ??). One way to balance their fat intake is to design a meal from foods containing no fat, such as vegetables, starches, fruits and lean dairy products. And associate them either meat or fish or eggs or ham or cheese either. Read more: http://bit.ly/17S2YhG

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