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paleo grilling with no animal
Paleo Diet Recipes are cooked with veggie fats. Large number of plant-based fats are
unsaturated fats (good fats) and not just
saturated fats (bad fats).
Paleolithic Diet allowed meat, poultry, fish, eggs, fruit and vegetables. Paleo cooking, baking and
frying uses plant-based fats. Majority
fats are unsaturated. Coconut a food product used many Paleolithic
recipes has saturated fats. Review: Unsaturated Fats, Trans Fats, Omega-3 fats and Saturated
Unsaturated fats are generally
liquid at room temp. There are a couple of sorts of unsaturated fats monounsaturated and
polyunsaturated. Unsaturated fats lower cholesterol and LDL cholesterol in the blood.
Unsaturated fats: avocados, nuts, vegetable oil, flax seed oils and olive
oil. Meat contains both saturated and unsaturated fats. Unsaturated fats lower risks of heart
Trans Fats or hydrogenated fats helpful to extend lifetime of food products
(cookies, cakes, pies, French fried potatoes, margarine and
donuts). Created by chemical processing, called partial
hydrogenation. Trans fats are unsaturated fats but will raise cholesterol levels (bad cholesterol)
and reduce cholesterol levels
(good cholesterol). Additionally, Trans fats raise triglyceride (glucose levels) levels within the
bloodstream. Paleolithic Diet avoids trans-fats.
Omega-3 fatty acids
Very important for healthy body. Our
bodies doesn't produce Omega-3. Good sources for omega-3: cold water fish, walnuts and flax
seed. Omega-3 strengthens body's body's immune system and reduces hazards of heart
Saturated fats is found in animal produces: meat, dairy and eggs.
Bad fats also found some plants: coconuts, palm and palm kernel fats. Saturated fats
predisposed to be solid at room
temperate. Saturated fats considered bad fats rises cholesterol levels. High cholesterol levels can
lead to hypertension and heart problems. Some diet
circles, put forward saturated fats as versus to trans fats.
Paleo Cooking oils
Created from the olive. Olive oil is made
use of commonly in Mediterranean cooking. Extra Virgin Oil
100% from olive oil has a most superior taste. Not suggested to cook at high temperatures.
High temperature reduces olive oil's taste and nutritional values.
Appropriate for salad dressings, marinades and
sauces. Along side vinegar can be used as bread dip (alternative to dairy butter).
Put together with lemon juice might be
excellent salad dressing on kale or spinach.
to be in high heat only low smoke points. Unsaturated fat.
Plant structured saturated fat. All the parts of the
coconut other than shell has nutrients and vitamins, coconut meat, coconut milk and coconut oil.
Oil can be used
to grease casserole, baking dishes, fry fish or chicken, stir fry and sauté. Coconut milk used as
ingredients in ice cream
and shakes. High smoke point with a shelf life of
approximately a couple of years. Coconut meat, milk and oil used in many Paleolithic food
Avocado oil is an unsaturated fat and has a high smoke point similar to coconut oil.
Fuse with your favorite spice and
herb for salad dressing. Marinade grilled meat, fish or chicken combined spices and avocado oil
Grape seed Oil
Grape seed oil is known for a moderate cooking point. Is used in some Paleolithic baking, sauté,
and stirfry food recipes.
Supplementary Unsaturated fats Used in Paleolithic Diet
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