Nutrition advice has long suggested that eating fat contributes to weight gain, which has led to a strong focus on low-fat foods, along with excess carbohydrate and sugar intake. Yet, the relationship between fat and weight isn’t nearly as obvious as many people assume. Instead, research suggests that fat isn’t inherently unhealthy and doesn’t contribute to heart disease risk.
The posts in this category consider various aspects of the discussion of fat and health. Ketosis and low-carb diets also offer ways for people to rely more on fat and potentially lose weight in the process.
If you’re an egg fan (like me), you might be trying to figure out how many eggs a day you can eat. The answer to that question might surprise you. Explore the latest research that answers that question, plus a lot more.