Face the fats

Some fats are good for you! Eating lean meat to avoid saturated fats is a good idea, but you need not avoid all types of fats! Some foods provide essential fatty acids, specifically Omega-3, helpful in reducing heart disease risk, symptoms of arthritis and assisting concentration, especially in children. Include foods like fatty fish (salmon, mackerel, sardines, pilchards, tuna), sweetcorn, broccoli, walnuts and flax seeds (crushed) in your diet. Olive oil and avocado pear provide good quality unsaturated fats, also beneficial in your diet.

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