The Facts About Fat – Part One: The Basics

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There is a lot of confusion surrounding fats, do we need fat, should we be eating more less fat, what is the healthiest type of fat for us? This is the first infographic in a series which aims to help to clear up some of this confusion; part one covers the basics such as why we need fat and how much we actually need.

Click on the link below to access this infographic:

The Facts About Fat

If you would like to see more infographics like this then check out:

The Facts About Fats – Part Two: Trans & Saturated Fat

The Facts About Fats – Part Three: Unsaturated Fat

The Facts About Fats – Part Four: Coconut Oil Debunked

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