What Does Fat-Free Really Mean?

If it’s in a title of a food that once contained fat, it means it’s bad for your health!

I advise everyone to consume food in it’s original state and whole form as often as possible.  This includes food with fat!  We need fat for many processes in our bodies, and the fat-free, low fat craze brought about terrible health consequences.  Still, people insist on buying fat-free everything, from dairy products to cooking spray.  What’s really in those sprays?  Dr. Andrew Weil has a good answer to that!  Click here to read: 

What does fat-free really mean?

Wonder what to cook with now that you know the truth about those sprays?  Use organic coconut oil.  It remains stable at high temperatures, imparts a wonderful flavor to your food, and is a healthy fat.

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