{VIDEO} 3 Fats That Hurt, 3 Fats That Heal

“Fat-free” means “healthy,” right?

Actually…nothing could be further from the truth.  I’m still trying to undo the destructive psychology from the  fat-free obsession in the 80’s.

Remember how fat-free margarine became a “healthier” substitution for butter, and coconut oil got blacklisted?

Yes, there are unhealthy fats, but there are fats that heal you, too!  These healthy fats fight aging and fatigue, help manage your moods, and even control your weight.

Watch my video I just made to show you the difference!

[And here’s that link to the free Video Masterclass I mention at the end. Learn how to use food to heal your gut, stop inflammation, eliminate food addictions, and more–without breaking the bank or being a weirdo about eating, in social situations!]


21 thoughts on “{VIDEO} 3 Fats That Hurt, 3 Fats That Heal

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  1. Dr. Mercola says: throw flax seed oil to the trash. It’s already oxidized (rancid) by the time you get it. Flax is very delicate and damages fast. Only grind it shortly before use (you may soak it the night before for better absorbtion). Do not buy flax powder. That also gets rancid quickly.

    1. I would suggest not getting your health information from USA Today…

      There are TONS of studies out there that prove it IS healthy and beneficial for the human body. Stick with more reputable sources of health information (like GSG!!!).

  2. Any suggestions for those of us who are taking the blood thinner warfarin and need to be careful of eating too many greens the way your program suggests?

  3. Didn’t know flax spoiled quickly n that it’s not meant for cooking. Now I know why my dish was horrid..lol. Thanks.

  4. Robyn, I am a daily user of coconut oil believe in all its benefits. I recently had a conversation with 2 whole food/health conscious coworkers who stated that it is not as good as once believed. One coworker stated that since adding it to her diet, her cholesterol has elevated and is now in an unhealthy range. I am really confused. As a nurse, I understand the physiology of how medium chain vs long chain triglycerides work in the body. Now I am concerned that coconut oil may not be as healthy as I thought. Help! (thanks for sharing your knowledge)

    1. Not ALL coconut oil is created equal. Hydrogenated/hardened coconut oil is just as bad as margarine. Hydrogenated coconut oil was used in the research in the 50s when coconut fat was declared bad for heart (all fat in that study was “normalized” to be similar).
      Make sure it is virgin coconut oil or at least not hydrogenated/hardened/processed.
      BTW, level of cholesterol is not a good marker for heart disease risk, it’s the kind of cholesterol (small particles of LDL and HDL are problematic).

  5. Thank you so much. Didn’t know to buy Olive oil green. Thanks for teaching us and sharing your Knowledge. God Bless you and your family.

      1. i like cold pressed avocado oil, organic, we didn’t cover EVERY good oil, just an example from each healthy CLASS of oils. 🙂

      2. avocado oil is a very fragile fat, so i wonder about the supply chain, but it’s a very healthy fat! i’d rather eat it right out of the peel, myself, but it’s lovely in a salad dressing and good for you! i was just giving examples from healthy CLASSES of fats.

  6. Hello
    I have 2 questions please: 1- is organic vegetables oil bad? 2- extra virgin coconut oil has a very strong and acquired taste and smell , what do you recommend? Thanks

    1. organic junk food is still junk food! that’s your first q. to the second q, when it tastes coconutty that’s because it’s really clean and fresh and cold pressed, which is best! i’d still rather see you using a more refined coconut oil (which will be more flavorless) than junky fats that are bad for you, though, if the smell/taste of the good stuff doesn’t resonate with you.

  7. Just a head’s up Robin. In minute 2:33, you say about Coconut Oil, to “replace it WITH any other oil 1/1″…. instead of “replace any other oil WITH coconut oil 1/1”. Most of us who watch this video are in the know and understand what you’re saying. My suggestion is to replace that part of the video, very confusing for someone trying out your suggestions for the first time.

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