Diabetes Diet Questions About Good And Bad Fats To Eat.

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What are those good fats in foods? What fats should you and I stay away from. This article is about trimming the fat from the fat confusion about food. After reading this article you will have a clear view about what fats in food to consume and which ones to stay away from. Being diabetic this is only good news.

First let's look at the bad fats

These bad fats are called saturated fats and trans fats. These bad fats show up in foods like chocolate, (sorry) cream sauces, butter, high fat meats like sausage, bologna, hot dogs, bacon, French fries and stick margarines to name a few foods where these ingredients prevail. For a complete list do a search on the internet and use trans fats or saturated fats to search on.

Why are trans and saturated fats bad for diabetics?

Trans and saturated fats do not mix well with diabetes. It's about circulation. Because there is more sugar in the blood of diabetics circulation of the blood is slower. These two types of fats do the exact opposite of what you want to have happen in your body. The LDL which we want to be low goes up and HDL which we want to increase goes down.

What are some good fats?

Monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, omega-3 fatty acids and omega-6 fatty acids are the good guys as far as fats are concerned. These fats help our bodies. They make our cell membranes more flexible, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and reduce mortality from heart disease. Cold water fish like salmon and bluefish are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Use canola and/or olive oil to sauté, cook, prepare salad dressing or bake.

Grill instead of fry. Lean meat instead of fatty meats will keep you lean. For meats and seafood eat two to three ounce servings. Forget about a half of a pound to a pound of beef. Skin that chicken before cooking or eating. Keep your saturated fat intake down. You and your plan will be much better off.

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