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by 0 · 23 minutes ago

Are there any studies on the body's transition to saturated fat? Someone on here mentioned that the body replaces PUFA, and possibly trans fats, with saturated fat where saturated fat should ideally be.

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by 614 · 27 minutes ago

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2716748/ OBJECTIVE: To determine the effects of a 24-week ketogenic diet (consisting of 30 g carbohydrate, 1 g/kg body weight protein, 20% saturated fat, and 80% polyunsaturated and monounsaturated... (more)

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SUSTAINEDfitness 0 · August 10, 2013 at 10:41 PM

Ketogenic diets don't have to be saturated fats. In fact animal fat is generally less than 50% saturated anyway. Bacon fat is very close in fatty acid composition to breast milk. Avocado, olive, and macadamia all have high mono omega-9. But... (more)

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by 965 · 29 minutes ago

I have heard this a lot from the no meat crowd. They claim that Long chain fatty acids (LCFA) from animal products are terrible, but conveniently, Medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) found in coconuts, is okay to eat. Both are kinds of saturated fat.... (more)

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J_wisor 0 · August 21, 2013 at 12:47 PM

Long chain just have the ability to be stored easier from my understanding, but from the POV of the Krebs cycle, they are both oxidized the same way with acyl-CoA, losing 2 carbons through every cycle, and giving off energy, so theoretically, LCFA... (more)

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by 10994 · 31 minutes ago

I'm trying to find a Non saturated fat animal oil that I can make mayo, salad dressing, etc with. I could resort to using olive or Mac nut oil but I'd prefer to use an animal product. I've heard lard or bacon fat might fit the bill, but the lard I... (more)

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greymouser 0 · May 08, 2013 at 2:43 PM

You had me at bacon fat mayo. In all seriousness, though, that might actually be your best bet. I keep mine refrigerated which keeps it pretty solid (less so than butter much much more so than olive oil), but at room temp, it's right on that edge... (more)

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by 897 · 39 minutes ago

The guy that made those paleo critique videos just released a bunch of video's about the first part of GCBC and the whole lipid hypothesis/diet heart/saturated fat. It's definitely worth a look to see both sides. Starts... (more)

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Mscott 0 · January 03, 2013 at 9:05 PM

I've been watching these a number of these videos. There's actually a lot of interesting information that I wish he could put into a readily accessible format so more people might be more inclined to see it (hours of him talking and giving sass to... (more)

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by 298 · 39 minutes ago

How much is saturated and unsaturated (MUFA and PUFA)? Some sources claim that saturated fat prevails, but other say that unsaturated does (MUFA).

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Hemming 0 · December 27, 2012 at 9:43 AM

I think this is the closests nutrition data has to offer.

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by 608 · 40 minutes ago

Hey paleo peeps. Well I eat a lot of fat, especially saturated and monounsaturated. I've been using coconut oil to cook my meals and lately i've been experiencing very tight chest pains, mostly on the left and a little on the right. They come and... (more)

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Dylan_Brown 0 · December 12, 2012 at 10:01 AM

These fats can raise low-density lipoprotein, or "bad," cholesterol levels in the body. High levels of LDL in the bloodstream put you at a higher risk for heart disease and stroke. Diets that contain too much saturated fat are linked to chronic... (more)

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by 5 · 41 minutes ago

I have seen this question asked before but and it seemed like it got a lot of answers but I'm not sure I ever saw an answers that the satisfied or helped the people asking the question. I recently got serious about getting rid of my sugar... (more)

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Jeff__1 0 · November 18, 2012 at 5:34 AM

I don't think it's a fat adaption thing if you've been eating paleo for a couple years. It may relate to bile production. Have you had any blood work done? You may have elevated liver enzymes or bilirubin.

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by 1418 · 42 minutes ago

I was having a discussion with someone and we were talking about breastmilk's fat content. This person did not believe that human milk is high in fat. How much percentage of fat is in human milk and how much of it is saturated fat? Please cite... (more)

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Jamie_14 0 · October 29, 2012 at 4:43 AM

Not really sure why your unable to use google: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_breast_milk "Human milk contains 0.8% to 0.9% protein, 4.5% fat, 7.1% carbohydrates, and 0.2% ash (minerals)" per weight. I beleive this is principally palmitic... (more)

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by 608 · 43 minutes ago

Which type of fat is better for men trying to increase testosterone? I read a lot of articles online stating that monounsaturated fats are better than saturated for testosterone. I know to avoid most PUFA. Which type fat is better for overall health? (more)

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crossfitter 0 · November 27, 2012 at 4:48 PM

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/q...&dopt=Abstract The study examined the hormonal responses of twelve fit males to approximately 20 minutes of resistance exercise. Five minutes after performing 10 sets of bench press and 10 sets of jump... (more)

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by 20 · 43 minutes ago

Hi, I know that one of the benefits of saturated fats is that they are heat stable and generally I will reheat / reuse my fats several times. For example if I fry some bacon in pastured butter I will leave the residue in the frying pan to use the... (more)

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CD 0 · October 15, 2012 at 12:52 PM

Fat can, and will go rancid over time. Oxygen, heat, light, and time all affect the time it takes fat to go rancid. I would never leave fat sitting on a pan and then reuse it, even next-day it will likely have started to go rancid. I strain... (more)

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by 173 · 43 minutes ago

Hey, i have been somewhat confused by the role of carbohydrate and SFAs in heart disease. Initially, i thought that saturated fat was 'safe' to consume due to a low carbohydrate consumption. That'd mean that increasing carb intake would result in... (more)

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Diane_4 0 · October 14, 2012 at 12:47 AM

I think the proper formula is inflammation + saturated fat = heart disease. And inflammation is a result of some modern foods such as some grains and milled flour, as well as soybean oil, trans fats and other foods.

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by 584 · about 1 hour ago

This was posted at sciencedaily the other day. Thoughts? http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/08/120813155640.htm ScienceDaily (Aug. 13, 2012) ??? Newly published research led by Western's Dr. David Spence shows that eating egg yolks... (more)

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Bill1102inf 0 · August 14, 2012 at 12:55 PM

"It has been known for a long time that a high cholesterol intake increases the risk of cardiovascular events" Blatant lie.

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by 161 · about 1 hour ago

I've gotten a full beef heart from my butcher. The butcher wanted to trim away all the connective tissue and fat on the heart for me, but i thought i'd like to see for myself. Upon cutting the heart i noticed that the saturated fat "encrusted" in... (more)

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Bread_Eating_Beelzebub 0 · July 21, 2012 at 3:32 PM

you can save the scraps, freezing them until you have a decent bag of them, and then render them into tallow (low heat crock pot). Or throw them into the stock pot. Or just eat it.

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by 571 · about 1 hour ago

It seems just from reading a few things from Robb Wolf, he advocated "lean meats". Along with Loren Cordain. It seems that would reduce overall fat intake quite a bit as well. It seems he's quite a respected guy in the paleo community, but why... (more)

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Stabby 0 · December 07, 2011 at 6:28 AM

If you put "lean" in front of "meat" then people will be less terrified. Robb endorses eating fatty meat, it seems to be a rhetorical thing. He has also said that he thinks that if people are eating commercial meats to choose leaner cuts to... (more)

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by 165 · about 1 hour ago

What is the best oil for deep frying?

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cliff_1 0 · December 01, 2011 at 2:08 PM

rendered ruminant fat(tallow), ghee or refined coconut oil

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by 15 · about 1 hour ago

I am a 62 year old woman with a constant weight of about 185 for last few years. My blood glucose readings were always in the high 90's, and A1c was 5.8 - 6.0ish. I had coronary bypass in 2005 and have always eaten "healthy" meditteranean diet... (more)

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Annie 0 · November 28, 2011 at 9:51 PM

If you are skipping meals, this could raise cortisol/stress hormones and result in higher fasting glucose. Too much protein can raise fasting glucose in some people. Too much fruit at night could raise fasting glucose. Are you on any meds? ... (more)

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Carl_Stawicki 0 · May 18, 2011 at 6:31 PM

At what temperature does a banana melt?

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by 1146 · about 1 hour ago

I know saturated is great and I have no doubts about its greatness but I would love to know how it is metabolized by our bodies. Conventional Wisdom says it stays saturated and therefore "clogs our arteries", but when people use that as an... (more)

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mac389 0 · March 03, 2011 at 6:07 PM

Hi Rob, I think your question is about how saturated fats are metabolized into their building blocks, fatty acids. The best answer is that dietary levels of anything aren't as correlated with serum levels as you might think. So eating a lot of... (more)

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by 1146 · about 1 hour ago

I am currently consuming a high calorie diet to keep up with my activities and never much bothered to track my daily food intake until yesterday. First thing I noticed is that I am consuming a total of 130-150 grams of saturated fat most of it... (more)

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Paul_1 0 · February 20, 2011 at 11:11 PM

Well, I eat around 3500 calories a day. At 60-70% fat that's 2100-2450 calories from fat. Most of that is from eggs, butter, meat, and coconut. So I'm probably getting 100-150g from saturated just like you. I am not the slightest bit worried... (more)

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by 1146 · about 1 hour ago

Well, after being low-carb for quite some time (<50 grams), I have decided to include starch, in the form of potatoes to help me gain a bit of weight and maybe help my athletic performance. I plan to make my ratios 65% fat, 15% protein and 20%... (more)

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Eva 0 · January 30, 2011 at 10:02 PM

The only thing I have heard is the higher carb with higher fat tends to equal more weight gain. Since a lot of people are trying to lose weight, a lot of people are wary of fat plus carbs. But if you are trying to gain weight, it is the ideal... (more)

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by 768 · about 1 hour ago

Or, alternatively, how much sat fat does everyone here eat per day?

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David_Moss 0 · November 13, 2010 at 8:26 AM

I don't think there's an "optimal" amount, since intake of SFA isn't essential. You need to eat omega 3 and omega 6 (of the right forms!) but you don't need to eat saturated fat at all. Articles like this one might give the impression otherwise... (more)

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by 24523 · about 1 hour ago

We all love eating saturated fat. Saturated fat is stable when heated and tastes great. Saturated fat is unfairly blamed for a lot of things. Kurt Harris eats a ton of saturated fat, and he has forgotten more than most of us will ever... (more)

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Stephen_Aegis 0 · October 21, 2010 at 2:37 PM

Why focus on eating Sat Fat or Mufa? Eat animals that ate what they were supposed to. I think artificially inflating fat is about as helpful as a multivitamin. The whole point is "Eat Real Food" I think sometimes we forget this and get excited... (more)

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by 20787 · about 1 hour ago

I see websites saying butter goes 'bad' after a few months in the fridge. How do I know if my butter has gone 'bad?' To me, it can sit in there for a year and still taste, smell, and look exactly the same as when I bought it. They say it goes... (more)

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Cheryl___Diabetes_Bootcamp 0 · October 05, 2010 at 5:19 AM

Eva, If you are buying salted butter, you are not going to know it is rancid until you cook with it and your food tastes "off". Unsalted, pastured butter will be really golden yellow (lots of VitD in it is the payoff), and will taste terrible... (more)

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by 1242 · about 1 hour ago

I'm taking a cue from the Dr. Kurt Harris' PaNu plan and experimenting with using heavy cream and butter to increase my fat intake. To a lesser extent, I'm also including some Greek yogurt and cheese. Dr. Harris' own diet consists of 70%... (more)

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Matt_Baldwin_1 0 · September 08, 2010 at 5:24 PM

I tried a PaleoNu type experiment with letting (primarily grass fed and/or organic) clarified butter, heavy cream, sour cream, and Greek yogurt into my diet for about 5 months this year. I gained about 8 pounds (50% fat, 50% lean), got loads of... (more)

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