Healthy fats

Eating healthy doesn’t mean avoiding fats in your diet. Your body actually requires fats to function optimally. The individual cells in your body are coated in a lipid membrane. Many important processes involve the movement and communication through this membrane. Staying hydrated and getting a healthy supply of good fats can help to keep the cells communicating properly. Avocados, extra-virgin olive oil, fish oil, coconut, seeds, and nuts (other than peanuts) are all examples of healthy fats that should be a daily part of meals and snacks. Try consuming more of these on a daily basis and see how much your body appreciates it!

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