6 Fat-Rich Products That’ll Actually Help You Lose Weight

Is it really possible to eat high-fat products and not gain weight? However, the truth is that not all fats are harmful to the body. In fact, unsaturated fats, better known as good fats, are very important to everyone.

We found that not all fats lead to cellulite formation. Some even help you lose weight.


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The avocado is known to be the richest fatty plant in the world, whose flavor is formed with the help of these fats. It contains oleic acid, which reduces the amount of cholesterol, stabilizes the level of glucose in the blood, and strengthens the immune system.

Butter is famous for its high calories. It’s in popcorn, pancakes, hamburger buns, cutlets … and it’s also used to fry steaks in restaurants. Not to mention cakes and cookies!

Conclusion: Guacamole and avocado salads will not harm your diet. On the other hand, they will help you not feel hungry and support your body in the fight against the extra weight. We can’t say the same for butter.


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Salmon has the effect of rapid and prolonged saturation, as well as large amounts of vitamin A (for beauty and skin health) and omega acids (to prevent depression and arthritis).

Salami, like all sausages, takes you straight into the fatty realm. In addition, it can contain starch, soy, offal, flour, and preservatives. Healthy salami contains only meat, lard, and spices.

Conclusion: Salmon with fresh lettuce is the ideal combination for a lunch rich in protein and cellulose. A sandwich with salami will only make you hungrier and stimulate your taste buds.


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Eggs are a super product rich in protein, vitamins, antioxidants, and “good” fats. An egg contains only 85 kcal and has an incredible saturation characteristic. It also contains choline, which fights excess fat in our body.

In a slice of bacon, there are about 42 kcal, more than 3 g of unhealthy saturated fat, and a huge amount of salt (192 mg). Therefore, it is not the healthiest option, even if you are not trying to lose weight.

Conclusion: Eggs are a good option for healthy and nutritious breakfasts for those who are losing weight. Again, we can’t say the same for bacon fried eggs.


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Walnuts enhance the body’s metabolic processes and help you feel full (but not walnuts with sugar, salt, honey, or butter!). They contain omega-3s, cellulose, antioxidants, and linolenic acid, which suppresses the feeling of hunger.

Popcorn is a very caloric product that accompanies sugar, salt, spices, and fats. In theaters, an adult can easily eat 200 g of salty or sweet popcorn, which is equivalent to 1500 calories.

Conclusion: Almonds, walnuts, and hazelnuts can complement breakfast and salads well. They also make a good movie snack that can easily replace popcorn.


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Yogurt provides an instant boost of energy. This high-fat product contains enough protein, calcium, and probiotics, making it one of the best products for weight loss.

Sour cream is the same as a cream but after the fermentation process. Sour cream and its high-fat products are absolute enemies of a slim waist. The maximum you should allow is a few spoons of 12% sour cream a day.

Conclusion: A breakfast of Greek yogurt with fruits and chia seeds is a great way to start a healthy morning. However, you will have to refuse the cream.


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Olive oil contains omega-9 (which helps lower cholesterol levels), reduces appetite, speeds up metabolism, and beneficially affects the stomach, skin, and hair.

Vegetable oil is a very caloric product and its consumption should be limited to 1 tablespoon a day. And forget about using vegetable oil for frying!

Conclusion: there is no winner here. Both products are equally beneficial in their natural form and contain almost the same number of calories.

And what healthy diets do you follow? We will be happy to hear from them in the comments!

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