For some individuals, dietary fat tends to still have a bad reputation.
Most of you know by now but it's worth repeating, eating fat doesn’t make you fat.
Furthermore, it won't necessarily increase your risk of heart disease or stroke.
In fact, fat is an essential part of your diet.
Your body needs dietary fat for many different biological processes with proper hormone responses leading the way.
Not getting enough fat can make it harder for your body to function the way it should and can lead to health issues.
However, the Keto Community teaches that dietary fat should be approximately 80-percent of your diet.
I believe that number is too high, too difficult to maintain and unnecessary.
There is a happy medium and fats play a crucial role.
All fats are not created equally.
I'll stand behind increasing dietary fats if it is the right kind of fats.
Let's take a look....