"The name says it all: Fat makes you fat, right? Wrong! Eating a small amount of fat actually helps you feel fuller faster as it triggers satiety (or fullness) signals, causing you to eat less overall. Not only that, eating the right fats aids in the absorption of healthy vitamins. Seek out the polyunsaturated fats you’ll find in liquid oils, like canola and safflower oil. Unlike saturated fats, they won’t raise bad blood cholesterol levels and may even reduce the risk of a heart attack. To get your healthy fat fix, also look for omega-3 oils from fish, krill, seafood, algae, flaxseeds and/or walnuts, and olive oil, which is a source of both monounsaturated fats and omega-3s..."
FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear and mild. Low: 68
Photo credit: "Most global warming is absorbed by the world's oceans." Photograph: Alamy.
File Photo credit above: Wikimedia Commons. "Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking against the Vietnam War, St. Paul Campus, University of Minnesota."