For many of us, when we cut down on foods that are higher in fat, we replace them with lower-fat foods. While adding more fruit and veggies is a good thing, replacing high-quality fats with foods that may contain non-healthy stuffs such as artificial ingredients (unknowingly), gluten, refined carbohydrates that act like sugar in the body that can lead to weight gain, our health will likely suffer for a long term. Always incorporate good sources of fats such as avocados, olive oil, nuts, pastured meat and dairy products into your daily diet.

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