Yes, eat good fats and get healthy. People with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity need even more good fats because of the common problem of not having enough cholesterol or triglycerides in the blood to support healthy cells and cell function. Read about cholesterol in a previous blog post.
But what is a good fat? What is a saturated fat, an unsaturated fat?
What is the difference between margarine and butter?
Is cholesterol something to be worried about?
Here is an excellent video of Sally Fallon, president of the Weston A. Price Pottinger Foundation, explaining the history of one change in our diets from a traditional diet. The video is called "The Oiling of America" and based on Dr. Enig's work in research in fats.
The DVD is 2 hours long. I hope you find the time to watch all of it. Enjoy.
To your health.