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July 08, 2013

What Fat Can Do For You...

Fat Cells
  • Fat provides a source of fat soluble vitamins like, vitamins A, D, E and K and equally helps to absorb them.
  • Fat gives us energy and helps in preventing fatty acid deficiency.
  • Fat forms part of the structure of cell membrane which protects our skins, serving as an underlying layer and keeps our bodies insulated and warm also.
  • Fat wards off water soluble toxins thereby protecting each cell membrane.
  • It helps us to maintain weight loss because of its sway on the quantity and frequency of food consumption.
  • Mono-saturated and polyunsaturated fats as found in peanut butter, avocado pear, nuts, sunflower seeds and almonds, protect the heart by producing eatable cholesterol.
  • Fat gives our hairs good texture, strengthens our bone while still protecting some important organs of our bodies.
  • Fat enhances the digestion of the fat soluble vitamins as well as helps in slowing the absorption of carbohydrates in the body.
  •  It is needed in the body to maintain healthy skin and the normal warm temperature that our bodies need to function well.

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