Daryl’s Fit Tip of The Day:
A study at Tufts Medical School found that overweight people were deficient in LIPASE, which is an enzyme that digest fat. I believe that this would be because their bodies are so toxic that they cannot make lipase as they should do. Therefore, fat is being stored instead of being broken down. We can make lipase, and we can digest it. But cooking and refining oils destroys lipase. Lipase is present in raw seeds, nuts and bean sprouts.
Essential fats are called polyunsaturated fats. These are Omega-3 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids. They are called “essential” because your body supposedly cannot make them, and so they come directly from the food you eat. These types of fats are extremely sensitive to heat. When heated their hydrogen bonds weaken making the fat damaged resulting in the production of FREE RADICALS. Free radicals cause disease in the body.
It is best to cook with a saturated fat like coconut oil because of the higher concentration of hydrogens present, which can withstand the high temperatures of cooking.
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