Replacing Bad Fats With Good Fats


Health & Wellness

POSTED BY: Shashank Singh

PUBLISHED: Jun 23, 22

Replacing some saturated fat from animal sources with healthy fat from plant sources

 can reduce LDL and triglyceride levels and your risk of cardiovascular disease.

Polyunsaturated fats can reduce your risk of heart disease, according to a review that was published in June 2015

Kennedy claims that these trades may be made simply

She suggests using olive oil for butter while making dishes, for instance

"Instead of using bacon or cheese, top a salad or sandwich with fresh avocado

Alternatively, use peanut or almond butter instead of butter 

or cream cheese to spread over whole-wheat bread or a bagel.