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Expert warning: No fat-free diet

The consumption of fat, which occupies a very important place in the diet, causes question marks in the minds of dieters.

Nutrition and Dietetics Specialist Dr. Instructor Member Ayşe Huri ÖzkarabulutIn order to bring fat-soluble vitamins into our body, we need to consume some fat. As an alternative to vegetable oils, we can increase the consumption of fish and fill part of our oil needs with oilseeds. At the same time, body fat requirement can be met with 10-15 hazelnuts, raw almonds or 5-6 walnuts which we will consume daily.” said.


Emphasizing that oils, which are very valuable in terms of omega, such as olive oil, sunflower oil, soybean oil and corn oil, must be taken from outside. Member Instructor Ayşe Huri Özkarabulut, “If you are not vegan, you can get saturated fat from animal foods and avoid consuming additional solid fats. However, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which we call unsaturated fats, keep cholesterol under control, while vegetable oils such as sunflower oil have a cholesterol-lowering effect. Therefore, these types of oil must be taken from the outside in a balanced way. In everyday life, a healthy fat intake can be obtained by putting nuts in salads instead of oil, or by consuming 10-15 olives for breakfast.” said.

“Excess fat consumption CAUSES CANCER”

Özkarabulut also said that excessive fat consumption raises cholesterol levels and causes cholesterol to build up in the walls of the veins and narrowing of the veins.This narrowing can cause a heart attack because it reduces the amount of blood going to the heart. At the same time, studies have found a relationship between breast cancer and fat consumption. Consuming too much fried oil also increases the risk of developing (stomach) cancer.” said.

Ozkarabulut, “Eating 10-25% polyunsaturated fats in the form of omega-3s is the recommended amount for preventing heart disease, reducing cancer risk, and eating healthy.“, he concluded his speech.

Source: Cumhuriyet

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