Is FAT Really Bad For You, Or Really Good For You?
Diet this – diet that! As with everything in life one day it’s true the next day it’s not!
So how can we possibly believe anything we hear. We can’t, but that’s not what’s important. What’s important is that we slow down enough to feel the impact of what we are doing to our body and food is really quick to let you know if it’s helping or it’s a hindrance.
The key is to do a good cleanse and then carefully observe how different foods impact your body.
One of those foods is FAT! No just any fat – the good FAT! Yes, there is a difference so take a bit of time to learn which fats are positive to your system and more importantly your brain.
In the article below written by David Landau, he provides excellent information to get started.
How Eating Fat Can Make You Smarter ?
Fat: What was once the ugly stepchild of the dietary world is now being heralded as the savior of humankind. OK, maybe that’s taking things a little too far. But fat does offer great benefits for our bodies—and our minds. Read on to learn how to make fat work for your brain.
Is Fat Really Good for My Brain?
Yes. Believe it or not, our brains are composed of 60 percent fat. That being the case, it should come as no surprise that our brains need fat to work correctly. And even though the brain accounts for such a small portion of our body weight, it utilizes 20 percent of the body’s metabolic energy.
Good nutrition, in general, is key to maintaining a healthy brain (and keeping the rest of you healthy!). In fact, studies show that nutrition affects brain development and function throughout our lives…
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