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cheltonian fitness Fantastic Fats


Personal Trainer KatyHemelryk tells uswhy we should addmore fats into our diet


Hi everyone! In thismonth’s issue, I wanted to talk to you about the importance of fats in your diet. For a long time fatwas consider


the devil in terms ofweight-loss, fortunately for you, more and more research has been conducted that suggests a diet that includes fat can actually aid you in yourweight-loss goals. For starters, eating fat releases hormones in your body that play a key role in curbing your appetite and keeping you fuller for longer. Increasing your fat intake should


meanlowering your carbohydrate intake though (bread, pasta, potatoes, oats etc..). Reducing carbs means you body can stabilize your blood sugar levels better and allow you to more easily burn body fat for energy. Alow-carb and higher fat diet has


even been shownto reverse type 2 diabetes!


Here aresomeexamplesof healthy fats you should add intoyour diet:


• Eggs • Nuts (eaten whole, added to salads or chopped up with yoghurt for a healthy granola) • Seeds • Guacamole •Avocado •Olive oil •Coconut oil • Butter • Fish •Cacao powder/nibs


This is not to say that it should be a free-for-all when it comes to that jar of peanut butter. Fats are not a calorie-free food and should be eaten with moderation, however, if you are eating a lower carb diet then your fat intake will need to be increased accordingly. There are also somefats that are unhealthy. They include trans fat and inflammatory vegetable oils. Unfortunately, these fats contribute


20 APRIL 2017 THECHELTONIAN


to inflammation, which plays a role in nearly every chronic disease on the planet. So, look out for hydrogenated oil as an ingredient in foods you eat and try to avoid it.


If youwant toloseweight and toneup but don’t knowwhere tostart then I can help.


Ioffermy clients 1-2-1&small group training programsforweight-loss. You’ll be given an easy tofollow nutritional plan, tailormadefor your tastes, needs and lifestyle with recipes, portion size guides and nutritional tips.


You’ll also be given aworkout programtofollowoutsideof your training sessions with me.


I getmy clients amazing results and candothesamefor you.


WantPersonalTraining sessions withKaty? Simply email: info@katyhemfit.com and start your journey tohealth and fitness now!


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