5 Diet Fat Foods

Olives and oilDiets…what is good and what is wrong?

Many, many stories circle around and many, many specialists tell you the exact steps to follow in order to personalize a daily diet.

The secret is to eat healthy, to be balanced and careful in combining nutrients and, of course, to exercise every day.

As for tips and tricks, the story is even longer.

We may say that each diet has its own trick. However, there are some rules that apply no matter what kind of diet you decide to adopt. Among these common tricks and tips, I would tell you a couple of things about good fats.

These types of good fats contain omega 3 and other nutrients that have great benefits for your health and can support very well your attempts to write your own diet plan.


If you like fish, that salmon should not miss from your menu. Rich in omega 3, salmon can be a very good friend for anybody looking to lose some weight.


Olives contain important amounts of oleic oil that prevents the accumulation of bad fats. They are perfect for an afternoon snack. In the same category, we could mention olive oil.

The base of the Mediterranean diet, olive oil has a long list of health benefits. Add a couple of spoons of olive oil to a bowl of salad and lunch is ready!


When looking for some snack ideas to support your diet plan, consider pistachio as a good choice! Pistachio will boost your metabolism and help the body to burn fat faster. Not to mention that they have a great taste!


Selenium, fatty acids omega 3, calcium and vitamin D are some of the nutrients that recommend sardines in any type of diet. Healthy and tasty, they can be consumed in many combinations, as a simple snack or as a refined dinner.


Why is quinoa great? Well, there are many reasons. First of all, it contains healthy fats, good fats that support the body to function at its best. Secondly, quinoa is rich in fiber, fiber that boost digestion, thus helping you lose weight.

As you can see, there are foods that, despite their richness in fats, will fit just fine in your diet plan. However, attention should be paid to the amounts.

The keyword is equilibrium: find a balance point between too much and too less according to your own diet!

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