WEIGHT LOSS: How To Guide Part II Nutrition

Further to Sarah’s comment on ‘Low Fat’ foods (or “non-foods” as I prefer to call them), these do not support weight loss.  On the contrary, foods that have been processed and stripped of their fat can actually encourage the body to produce more fat.  It’s a subject that has been completely confused and abused.  There’s lots we need to relearn about fats, but to get you started, here’s a few simple tips to keep in mind to kick start your New Year’s weight loss and improve your overall health also:
  • Incorporate cold-pressed coconut oil in your diet daily
  • Choose butter (ideally organic and ‘cultured’) over olive oil (less conducive to fat production)
  • Use extra virgin olive oil or avocado in your salad, not both
  • Limit or avoid nuts while you’re trying to drop kilos
  • Only ever cook with (heat) butter, ghee or coconut oil
  • Eat raw fats like organic egg yolk, for their lipase content (the fat-digesting enzyme)

There are so many other reasons to eat high quality fats, especially saturated fats, for their nourishing, anti-ageing an immune-supportive actions also.
So ditch the skim milk, toxic margarine, egg-white omelette, Diet drinks and anything “Lite” (a non-word for non-food) and get back to real foods like butter, poached eggs, coconut cream, whole goats’ milk, full-fat sheep’s yoghurt, and creamy avocados. It’s vitally important the you know your fats and understand what the real weight-gain culprits are

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