Michelle Roots, resident fitness expert and trainer for Trainerize says, “incorporating healthy fats in your diet not only helps your body burn more fat, but will also aid in weight loss because dietary fats will help you feel full for longer.”
However, you have to take caution. It’s important to watch the serving sizes of good fats in your meals to ensure you aren’t over-doing it, Roots says. “Fatty foods tend to be very tasty and occasionally “one eyeballed tablespoon" of almond butter can actually turn out to be 3 servings,” she adds.
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