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Fats | Know everything in details | Types, benefits, sources - InfoSeeMedia

Fats | Know everything in details | Types, benefits, sources

Hello friends, welcome to Infoseemedia. Today we are talking about Fats.

What is Fats

Fats are made of combining carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. But in this quantity of oxygen is very less compare to carbohydrate.

Fats are insoluble in water and float on it. But these are easily soluble in organic solvents like chloroform, benzene, petroleum.

It can be in solid-state in 20-degree celsius temperature. If fats are present in a liquid state in this temperature then those are called oils.

On oxidation of 1 gram fat, 9.3 kilocalories energy generated.

Our body gets most of the energy from fats, that’s why it is also called the secondary source of energy. A healthy human’s body should get 20-30% of its energy from the fats.

Most fats are present on the egg’s yolk and curd.

Fat synthesis happens on the mitochondria of the body.

Fat types

Fats are of three types,  those are saturated fats, unsaturated fats, and trans fats.

Saturated fats

These fatty acids are consist of single carbon bonds.  In excess amounts, these fats are bad for health.

Unsaturated fats

The fatty acids have both single and double bonds between the carbon atoms are called unsaturated fats. These fats are good for health and do not make any damage to the body.

Trans fats

These fatty acids have a double bond between the carbon atom and hydrogen and carbon atoms are present opposite to the double bonds. These are stable during deep frying. These fats are extremely bad for health. To avoid taking trans fats, don’t consume products in which partially hydrogenated is written in the ingredients list.

Fat Sources

Fat sources are ghee, butter, almond, cottage cheese, egg’s yolk, meat, soybean, and all kinds of vegetable oils.

Benefits of fats

  • Vitamin A, D, E, K are soluble in fats. without it, they can’t be digestible.
  • Fat keeps skin hydrated.
  • Its the secondary source of energy. So it keeps you active.
  • Fat maintains the hormonal balance in our bodies.
  • Keeps body temperature normal.
  • It makes food testier.
  • Saves organs from outer injuries.

Fats are good or bad for health?

From the above-shown benefits, you already know that fats are good for health.

If you are consuming fat-rich foods then make sure you are taking unsaturated fats.

Saturated and Trans fats can increase cholesterol levels of the body which can cause heart disease and high blood pressure.

Excess of everything is bad for health. So if you are consuming unsaturated fats also, then make sure you are not taking to much of them.

 

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