Good Fats – Unsaturated (Poly & Mono). Provides Essential Fatty Acids, for which your body cannot produce but need. Lowers your bad LDL cholesterol level and lowers your risk of heart disease.
Bad Fats – Saturated. Increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Consuming this raises your LDL cholesterol level (Ideally we want less than 100 mg/dL).
Junk Fats – Artificial trans fat, hydrogenated oils. Trans fats give foods a desirable taste and texture but it increases the risk of heart diseases & stroke. Associated with a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
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