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What's the Difference Between Good and Bad Oils?

Question: We used to hear how bad fats and oils were, and now all I hear is how healthy they are for the heart. There are so many oils to choose from I don't know where to start. What's what?

We now know that all fats are not created equally. We still should avoid too many saturated fats found in meat and dairy products and the hydrogenated fats in processed foods, but the fats that are rich in essential fatty acids (EFAs) are good choices. The omega-3 and omega-9 EFAs are especially important for cardiovascular health. A good place to start is a supplement that provides both groups like Cardio Health Oils. One softgel provides omega-9 EFAs from olives, omega-3 EFAs from flax, salmon, and walnuts; and heart-healthy vitamin E from almonds and wheat germ. Read this guide if you are looking for information on the healthiest cooking oils.



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