Last Day to Hear the Fat Summit 2 (Online for Free)

Dr. Mark Hyman hosts the second Fat Summit in an attempt to clear up confusion about fat, both body fat and food fat. We know more about the importance of fat then ever and it’s not the case that eating a low fat diet is the answer to weight loss, preventing heart disease and other chronic illnesses. We actually need fat to lose weight and reverse and prevent disease. Register here to hear 34 health experts speak for free, today only!the-fat-summit-2-logo.jpg

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The Fat Summit

Here is an opportunity to hear 30+ integrative health experts speak on one very misunderstood subject: FAT. Register for the free online summit here.FS-everything-fat-myth.jpg.

Is Your Extra Virgin Olive Oil a Fraud?

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“There are many extra virgin olive oils out there that are downright frauds. In fact, the majority of olive oils on your supermarket shelf don’t deserve the title of “extra virgin.” It’s no secret what a beneficial food olive oil is with its healthy fats and supremely high quantities of natural antioxidants. But, many extra-virgin olive oils can’t boast these benefits due to contamination, rancidity, poor manufacturing, and corner-cutting. Use these 5 checkpoints to help you determine which oils are the real deal and which are impostors.”

Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/5-tips-to-avoid-buying-fake-olive-oil.html#ixzz3P7M1061t

Is There an Optimal Ratio of Fats: PUFAs, MUFAs, and Saturated Fats?

“Q. Is there an optimal ratio of polyunsaturated, monounsaturated, and saturated fats that you’d recommend for optimal health?

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A.  Interesting question, and any answer I give will be controversial, but I certainly don’t mind getting the conversation started!  (If you need a refresher, here’s a quick rundown of the different types of fat and which foods they are found in.)

Here’s how the typical American diet (which, one could argue, is clearly not optimal) breaks down,  with fat taking up 34% of total calories…”

http://nutritionovereasy.com/2012/05/is-there-an-optimal-ratio-of-pufas-mufas-and-saturated-fats/