Always Add Fat To Salad & Vegetables-UPDATED


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Why must we at all times consume salad, vegetables and greens with a supply of complete plant fat? What does fats do to the vitamins present in greens and vegetables? What kind of fats must I consume? Are oils wholesome? Should I upload a supply of fats to a green smoothie or green juice? Are there any research to turn fats’s impact on positive vitamins? Keep listening as Dr Michael Greger and I solution those questions………

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32 thoughts on “Always Add Fat To Salad & Vegetables-UPDATED”

  1. I had salsa today for lunch with blue corn chips, but mashed pinto beans into it and added avocado. I didn't know I was doing so well:). I make salad dressing with vinegar or lemon juice and mashed avocado plus spices. Sometimes I add mustard to it too. I didn't think about having it oil with my green drink. When I drink my green juice I eat a peanut butter sandwich with it, but in the future will make sure I add the nuts to it, or eat it with it. Thanks for the advice.

  2. How do we know if we want free or bound antioxidants. How do we know if fiber bound antioxidants/ect fermented in the gut isn't better.

  3. Good video. I wish that the ulta low fat vegan leaders would look at this and other evidence showing the benefits of increased fat consumption from plant based sources, such as seeds, nuts, avocados and olives. Many of them are clinging to the "fat is bad" theories of the 60s and 70s.

  4. I feel like the vegan diet has been taken over by extremists, particularly the young people who do not even need to eat that way, do they have diabetes, heart disease, cancer? Why are they going to such extremes? They look sickly, losing their hair, looking way older than they should. And the bad thing about it is that the leaders who tout this lifestyle have not addressed this problem, it is scary and is turning people off from this lifestyle, I thought originally a low-fat vegan diet allowed for the use of a little healthy oil, it does satiate and satisfy the palate, these people who are doing this seem like they have eating disorders, there is no balance, when I see someone like chef Aj it turns me off, a few years ago, she looked fine but now she is way too thin, look hunchback and have visibly saggy skin, I will not try a diet that make me look like that, why is no one talking about this it is disturbing

  5. I have noticed that vegans who use oil and other fats in their diet, look healthy like sweetpotatosoul, pick up limes, cheap lazy vegan, love B, avantgarde, etc..,

  6. What about the fat in whole grains like brown rice, whole wheat pasta, rye bread and oats, will that fat be enough to absorb the antioxidants and fat-soluble vitamins, or is it always necessary to add nuts or seeds to a meal? And if yes how much is needed at each meal? 🤔

  7. So…we're done with the association between fats /processed oils and CVD? Or do we have to get heart disease to absorb the nutrient profile of foods that we've been told to eat to reduce/reverse heart disease? Honestly, these mixed messages are intolerable – and they give doctors the ammo they need to continue prescribing meds to treat heart disease.

  8. Please don't eat too many avocado's. I know they are vegan's best friend, but they are also extremely bad for the environment… 🙁 (you can Google 'avocado + environment' to check this if you want)

  9. Eat that olive oil! You can't always just eat nuts with everything. A little bit of olive oil, and much more absorption of minerals- that has to outweigh the negatives of eating an oil. Vegans rarely have to worry about their weight.

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