Joining me on the show this week is our in-house nutrition coach Erin Murray rounding out our nutrition series. We’ve unpacked protein; we’ve unpacked carbs; now, it’s time for us to dive into fats.
Along with Carbs, fats have been demonized in the past for supposedly causing heart disease. And on the other end of the spectrum, we have people saying fats are amazing and to eat as many fats as you want. With these two extremes, it needs to less about good and bad and more about focusing on quantity and exposure.
And it genuinely needs to come down to what do we really know about fats: How many fats should you be eating? What types of fats should you be eating? What are fats actually doing for you from a physiologic standpoint? What are the best fat sources? Listen in to learn how many fats and what types of fats you should be eating so that you can build healthy, lean muscle along with other key physiologic variables.
What You'll Learn in this Episode:
[2:00] Background on our knowledge and perception on fat
[03:07] The seven nations study
[05:29] Benefits and roles fat is playing physiologically
[08:35] Different categories of fat molecules
[12:10] The role fried foods play in fat
[17:27] Practical applications for fats
[19:23] Good, healthy fat options
[23:26] How often you should be eating animal fats
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