The good monounsaturated fatty acids, like those found in olive oil, are known to benefit the cardiovascular system, while saturated animal fat, when consumed throughout exaggeration, are hostile to our heart. What fat, however, weaken us?
Those nuts, answered by experts of the American University of Loma Linda. In their research they found that those who frequently consume nuts (hazelnuts, almonds, cashews, etc.) excrete more fat through the digestive system. However, although the observation shows them that fat of nuts rather not absorbed completely by the body, it does not mean that we have the "green light" to eat nuts freely, as they have enough calories (a handful of nuts as a snack she is enough).
Also, often we recommended to put on our plates and foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids (fatty fish, seafood, nuts), which are cardioprotective and anti-inflammatory action, while improving insulin sensitivity. How many snacks and how many main meals to eat a day? Experts found that the question is a trap. The reason is that nowadays both snacks and the portions of food have "escaped" in terms of size and the calories they contain. Today, a pie or a sandwich exceed 400 calories, while restaurant portions have at least doubled since 30 years ago.
Therefore, it is more important to watch the amount of meals you consume, be it the main meal of the day or for an intermediate snacks. Also, experts advise to eat many small meals in order to anticipate the feeling of excessive hunger, which can lead us to great calorie consumption.