Foods to give a glow
The fat-free diet was extremely popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s, particularly for those attempting to lose excess body fat or to improve overall health. This regiment entailed ingesting little to no fat and consuming mostly protein and carbohydrates. The plan was not successful for fat loss and heart disease rose in the study. Yet today, more than 40 years later, many are still reluctant to add fat to their diet in fear of weight gain.
The Keto plan has provided evidence for improved health, especially brain function. However, there is much information and confusion about the role fats play in the health of the skin. In this article, we explore the important role of fats for optimal cellular function, for skin barrier, collagen production, and information about good fats and inflammatory fats.
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