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    Quote Originally Posted by acass View Post
    I guess basically my question is what are the healthiest sources of fats and how many grams or nuts
    would be ok in a day?
    It depends on your goals - but many people here get 40-60% of their total calories in the form of fat -some are a bit lower some are higher.

    Great choices for fats include fatty cuts of meat, salmon, butter (or ghee), coconut oil, avocados, olive oil, lard, and beef tallow.

    Nuts have a less than ideal fatty acid breakdown and should not be used as a primary source of fuel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acass View Post
    what about hemp, chia and flax seeds??
    You don't need them. If you must have them, use them more as condiments.

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    Any opinions on this article. It's saying high fats are linked to color cancers etc

    Refined carbohydrates and excess fats may drive the insulin gene in colon cells to promote cancer : Disease Proof

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koda65 View Post
    Any opinions on this article. It's saying high fats are linked to color cancers etc

    Refined carbohydrates and excess fats may drive the insulin gene in colon cells to promote cancer : Disease Proof
    There's so much bad science in there I literally don't know where to start.

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    Most nuts are very high in Omega-6 and very low in Omega-3. So consuming lots of nuts will put this ratio out of balance.

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    Fatty cuts of meat will be more than 60% fat by calories, so start by choosing good fatty bone in cuts of meat. From there it pretty much falls into place. I probably eat about 65% of my calories/day from fat without even trying to "add it in".

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    Quote Originally Posted by acass View Post
    I guess basically my question is what are the healthiest sources of fats and how many grams or nuts
    would be ok in a day?
    Your best sources of fats are grass-fed beef, butter and cream, pastured chickens, eggs and pork and cold water fish. You are trying to do this vegetarian. You will not succeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koda65 View Post
    Any opinions on this article. It's saying high fats are linked to color cancers etc

    Refined carbohydrates and excess fats may drive the insulin gene in colon cells to promote cancer : Disease Proof
    Really? This is your first post here?
    Female, 5'3", 50, Max squat: 202.5lbs. Max deadlift: 225 x 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckhammer View Post
    Fatty cuts of meat will be more than 60% fat by calories, so start by choosing good fatty bone in cuts of meat. From there it pretty much falls into place. I probably eat about 65% of my calories/day from fat without even trying to "add it in".

    I have been keeping track so that I can gauge how much I eat over time and on average I was surprised to find out that I eat 60% from fat....with no nuts....and as you say "without even trying." Amazingly I am getting leaner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XGrains View Post
    Most nuts are very high in Omega-6 and very low in Omega-3. So consuming lots of nuts will put this ratio out of balance.
    flaxseed though is very high in omega 3!
    I'm not a complete idiot! There's parts missing!!

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