FATS 101

Fat is a source of energy

Fat is the most energy dense macronutrient, and it is also easily stored and transported within the body. The body can store unlimited amounts of fat.


Fat forms the primary component of cell membrance

Cell membrances are partly composed of a specific type of fat called phospholipids.


Fat insulates the body from extremes of temperature

Fat can protect vital organs by providing a cushion layer in cold environments


Fat can keep you full for longer

Eating more fat dramatically increases satiety levels. Therefore you can eat less yet feel more satisfied in the process


Fat is a crucial player in managing inflammation

The fat found in fish contains the essential omega 3 fatty acids, which provide health and performance benefits due to their highly anti-inflammatory properties.


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