BDA explains: “The amount and type of fat you eat and use in cooking influences blood cholesterol levels, and might also influence the level of joint pain and inflammation.”
Healthier fats are found in plentiful supply in a Mediterranean-style diet.
This type of diet includes poultry, fish, and less lean red meat than a typical UK diet, plenty of vegetables (fresh, frozen or canned), fresh fruit, olive oil, wholegrain cereals, peas and beans and nuts and seeds.
In the diet, saturated fats are reduced and replaced by unsaturated fats including omega-3.
Source: | This article originally belongs to Express.co.uk
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