Of all the nutrients in the food supply, fat and cholesterol probably receive the most attention from health professionals and the public alike. Dietary recommendations from health experts advise lowering the total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol in our diets. The scientific evidence is clear that a high-fat diet relates to chronic health problems such as heart disease, some types of cancer, diabetes, and obesity.
The human body can make all but two fatty acids, linoleic acid and linolenic acid. Because these two fatty acids are essential to body function, they must be obtained from the diet. Therefore, they are called essential fatty acids. These essential fatty acids are used as parts of cell membranes and in the synthesis of hormone-like substances.
Fats have for a very long time been considered the enemy of good nutrition but things are changing.
A series of recent high profile studies has challenged the myths that all fats, including saturated fats, are bad even going so far as to suggest that its time to stop blaming saturated fats for heart disease.
The article highlighted how fatty acids and new types of nutritional oils may benefit cognition, weight management, heart health, eye and brain development, and even mood.
Here are the oils industry insiders feel we should all be paying attention to:
1. Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Omega-3 fatty acids are associated with brain development, cognition, eye health, dementia and depression. They are also widely well-known for their heart health benefits.
2. Pinolenic Acid: Pinolenic acid is based on pine nut oil derived from a specific Korean pine tree, and is especially rich in long-chain fatty acids. …
Fats aren't all bad — and, in fact, should be part of a healthy diet. Fatty acids and nutritional oils may benefit cognition, weight management, heart health, eye and brain development and even mood, according to the September issue of Food Technology magazine, published by the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT).
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