While scientific evidence supporting the health impact of good fats is robust, research continues to uncover potential benefits, and 2018 was no exception. In this blog post, we are sharing three interesting 2018 studies on healthy fats and what they unveiled.
Consumers are increasingly interested in using food to promote good health or help manage health conditions. Because replacing saturated and trans fats with polyunsaturated fats (omega-3, omega-6) and monounsaturated fats (omega-9) is a smart way to promote health and reduce key risk factors for several diseases, the Good Fats 101 team has developed new ‘If This, Then That’ flip cards. Use these cards with clients, customers and colleagues to help connect the dots between good fats and health benefits.
The Good Fats 101 team recently participated in What’s in Store, a networking event for retail dietitians. At the event, we polled attendees about their favorite ways to enjoy good fats. Our team loved the ideas, and we’d like to share them with you to use with your clients or colleagues and help inspire them to add more healthy fats to their diets. Enjoy!