The Big Fat Truth: 6 Fats that Melt Fat Fast

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Eating fat doesn’t make you fat.

In fact, in some cases consuming MORE fat enhances your body’s ability to burn fat.

You may find it shocking to accept what you’ve thought all these years about big bad fat is completely wrong.

I’ve been there…

Studying nutrition in college lead me to believe the same thing about fat, specifically saturated fat, which as it turns out is the ULTIMATE fat-burning, metabolically-boosting fat.

I was taught, stay away from saturated fats and replace them with unsaturated fats, like margarine, low-fat dairy, and lean beef.

Then I asked myself the million-dollar question: “If we, as a society are eating less saturated fat and more polyunsaturated fat, WHY are we growing fatter and getting sicker.”

That question is the reason this post exists and hopefully, the reason YOU choose to give fats a chance.

For your health, your waistline, and the future health of our world.

The Big Fat Truth: 6 Fats that Melt Fat Fast

The Great: Saturated Fats

Why They Are Important: Saturated fat has been shown to have loads of positive effects on the body, including liver health, immunity, and hormonal health.


Foods to Eat: coconut oil, palm oil, grass-fed butter, ghee, eggs, and grass-fed dairy products (whole fat)

The Good: Monounsaturated Fats

Why They Are Important: Monounsaturated fats have been shown to reduce belly fat, reduce certain cancers. and lower your risk of heart disease.t

Foods to Eat: avocados, macadamia nuts, olives, olive oil, walnuts, wild-caught seafood, and almonds

The Bad: Polyunsaturated Fats

Why They Are (Mostly) UN-Important: One of the main problems with PUFAs is that they are chemically really unstable. Inside our bodies, PUFAs easily react and bond to proteins and sugars to create toxic by-products like AGEs (advanced glycation end-products) and free radicals.

Oxidized PUFAs also contribute to the oxidation of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) which leads to artery damage.

Foods to Reduce: canola oil, peanut oil, flax oil, soybean oil, corn oil, and sunflower oil.

The Ugly: Trans-Fats

Why They Are UN-important: Made from unsaturated fat that’s been chemically altered to prolong the shelf life of packaged foods, trans fats raise bad LDL and lower good HDL, increasing inflammation throughout the body.

Foods to Avoid: margarine, vegan margarine, heated polyunsaturated vegetable oils (see list above)


6 Flat Belly Foods That Are High In Fat

Coconut Oil

Coconut is high in saturated fat, but more than half of that comes from lauric acid, a unique lipid that battles bacteria and improves cholesterol scores.

The medium chain triglycerides in coconut oil have been shown to increase 24 hour energy expenditure by as much as 5%, potentially leading to significant weight loss over the long term.


Avocados are loaded with healthy fats, fiber and various important nutrients.

Since avocadoes are high in monounsaturated fats and plenty of fiber they are a great food to keep you satisfied and full longer, preventing you from overeating.

Olive Oil

Olive oil is rich in cancer-fighting polyphenols and heart-strengthening monounsaturated fats, and when it comes to looking lean, it’s backed by some pretty strong facts.

Extra virgin olive oil is loaded with antioxidants, some of which have powerful health benefits.

Grass-fed Butter

Saturated fats protect your cells, unlike polyunsaturated fats which cause cellular destruction becausebutter2 they are very unstable.

SFAs are the most stable fat, which is why butter is an excellent cooking fat.

Butter provides short- and medium-chain fatty acids, which support immune function, boost metabolism and have anti-microbial properties; that is, they fight against pathogenic microorganisms in the intestinal tract.

Butter also provides the perfect balance of omega-3 and omega-6 fats.

Arachidonic acid in butter is important for brain function, skin health and prostaglandin balance.

Read More About the Health Benefits of Butter

Macadamia Nuts

Macadamias are an excellent source of minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese and zinc.

The nuts are rich source of mono-unsaturated fatty (MUF) like oleic acid and palmitoleic acids. Studies suggest that these fats in the diet help lower total as well as LDL (bad) cholesterol and increase HDL (good) cholesterol levels in the blood.

Dark Chocolate


Dark chocolate contains plenty of heatlhy fats specifically stearic acid, a saturated fatty acid that prevents oxidation and free radical production.

Dark chocolate also supplies a healthy does of Magnesium, which helps reduce the negative effects of excess stress.

Bottom-Line: Chocolate can help you flatten your belly. As long as you eat dark chocolate, with a cacoa percentage of 65% of higher you can rest assured you are helping your metabolism burn fat.

Now that you know the truth about fats, what are you going to do now?

Question the status quo saying saturated fats are bad for you?

Or look around and realize that our society is eating way too many UNSATURATED vegetable oils and we are getting fatter, sicker, and slower.

Don’t be afraid of fat.

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