Why saturated fats are necessary for healing and maintaining a healthy
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Saturated Fat and Why Your Gut Can’t Heal Without It
When it comes to your gut and your health, saturated fats might be much more
important than you think. In fact, what if I told you that saturated fats would help you
heal your gut?
Before you think I’ve gone off the deep end, let me introduce you to some interesting
statistics about saturated fats. First, I want you to consider that prior to 1920 heart
disease and cancer were almost unheard of. But since then, have a look at these
Between 1910 and 1970…
Animal fat consumption DECREASED by 21%
Butter consumption DECREASED from 18 lbs. per person per year to only 4
Refined vegetable oils consumption (much of it trans-fats) INCREASED by
Sugar and processed food consumption INCREASED by 60%
Between 1970 to 2006…
Decrease in the consumption of high saturated-fat foods like full-fat milks,
eggs and red meat.
Butter consumption (a saturated fat) has decreased by 1/3.
Refined salad oil (heavily rancid) consumption more than tripled.
Are You Ready for the Truth?
So how come if saturated fat consumption has been decreasing further and further
for the past century, why have heart disease, cancer, and other health problems
continued to increase at a faster and faster rate?
Because saturated fats are not the problem.
The Necessity of Saturated Fats…
Saturated fats are necessary for the absorption of calcium for bones (so fat-
free or skim milk is not a good source of calcium).
Saturated fats are necessary for proper immune function, nervous system,
and brain development.
Saturated fats are a necessary precursor to your hormone production such as
estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, and even Vitamin D.
Saturated fats are necessary for maintaining the health and rigidity of your