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  about 7 months ago
Thanks Deborah, I am very familiar with the poor fatty acid profiles of avocados and the vast majority of nuts and seeds. And I take the unpopular opinion that avocados aren't the superfood they are credited for. IMO, they give the illusion that they are heart healthy because of the positive lipid panels while a slow coronary pathology is taking place.The difference between 100% fat and 80% fat is still excessive no matter how "good" it is.
  about 7 months ago
I understand the oil vs the whole food thing, but I would still like to see a study done on the avocado. It is still alot of mono and saturated fat hitting the bloodstream.
  about 7 months ago
I would love to see a similar study using the same amount of calories from avocado vs saturated fat, since the avocado has slightly more saturated fat than olive oil and most of the remaining fat is monounsaturated.
  about 1 year ago
There are no "good" fats. Only "essential" fats in adequate quantities.
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  about 1 year ago
Tofu has even more protein and fat than the bean itself which is a rich food to begin with. And at 9% carbohydrate, makes it almost similar as meat on a macronutrient level.
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