Saturday, July 25, 2009

The Story with Fats

8:36 AM by dody ·
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What is fat? Fat is a product that when you eat foods you eat. While there is no one food group that comes, there are many things you must realize that contain higher amounts of fat. From fat is all that of animals. This type of fat that is called Saturated fat is the worst of both types. This would include: Meat of all kinds, including lean meats will have some fat levels them.
Eggs are high in fat fat.
Milk, low fat milk, even still contains a good amount of fat.
It may also be low-fat cheese, but still contain a fair amount of
fat.
Unsaturated fats are fats that come from plant products of all kinds
in varying amounts. Their oils are high in fat producers.
Unsaturated fats are the best, the healthiest type of fat to have in your
body.
How to consume
In regard to the amount of fat you should consume, it is not as
complex as its protein or carbohydrate calories.
You should not consume more than 25 to 30 percent of their calories
fat. In general, this is not hard to do, unless they are used to
eat fried products that are covered or saturated with butter
and sauces.
Sorry, but the body must be covered here!
Fat in the body
Your body needs some fat though. Have you heard of the subsistence
that people cut out almost all the fat in your diet?
Let's look back on our team playing theory.
You need to consume a balanced diet of products, which shall be
different amounts of fat to balance their needs.
Your body needs only a small amount of fat, however, to help several
functions. From a standpoint of sports nutrition, fat burning is used for energy.
I remember when we said that our body burns carbohydrates first
and then draw on the protein?
The fat is next on the list of energy sources when there is not enough carbohydrate
or glycogen available to burn.
So why not load on the amount of fat you consume your body, because
appears to be an essential part of energy and fuel? There are many
reasons not to do so.
The main reason you do not need to eat excessive amounts of fat is
because of the way it is unhealthy for the rest of your body.
Too much fat in your body can cause a number of health problems from
with heart disease, the leading cause of death in the United States. Can
also lead to cancer, complications of other conditions and only one
unhealthy lifestyle.
If you consume too much fat, you probably do not get the right
amount of carbohydrate you need.
Moreover, when we talk about carbohydrates, you said that
carbohydrates are easily burned by the body for energy. When it comes
the burning of fat, is more difficult for the body to do.
Therefore, fat should not be consumed in order to burn for energy as
body.
When using fats
Three times in the fat that is used to burn the energy in
or your body is required for you to have handy for this.
1. If you are in extreme or intense exercise, your body
more is needed to burn more energy than glycogen or stored in
carbohydrate readily available. Then turn to stored fat
assist in providing the energy you need.
2. When your body is at rest, or you just do low to moderate
quantities of work, then use your body to burn mostly fat as
fuel. During this time, only small amounts of fat actually
burned, however.
3. If you continue the exercise for long periods, like when
to make during a marathon, a long endurance race of any kind, its
body then has to build stores of fat to help to power through
needs When these terms fat and sports nutrition, is something that really
need to monitor. Consumes a large amount of fatty foods, especially those
are made from saturated fat, is put your health at risk.
As far as sports nutrition is, too much fat can cause your performance
to slip. The body does not work as well as it does with carbohydrate
or even the burning of protein when fat is consumed.

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