10 High in Fat Foods You Won’t Believe Are Actually Healthy for You

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By Sarah Alblowi

Eat fat to burn fat! Fat has a negative stigma and we’re here to break it. Although it’s weird to think that fat will help you lose weight, it’s true! What makes you gain weight is all the refined fats and carbs you consume. Our bodies NEED good fats for energy, staying full, building muscle, and boosting metabolism.


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Smoothies; on toast, or as a dip! Your guacamole has more potassium than bananas, heart-healthy fats, as well as skin and hair benefits. Not just that, but it also aids with its cancer prevention characteristics.

Dark Chocolate

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Chocolate and fat? Yup, dark chocolate is good for your skin, brain, heart, and of course, your soul.


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Crack your way into good health! Nuts are protein packed and dense in nutrients making it perfect for muscle building and brain health.

Fatty Fish

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Tuna, salmon, and cod are full of omega-3 fatty acids, as well as protein. Hence, it helps protect the brain and fights inflammation.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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Another misconception, not all oil is bad. Olive oil is rich in antioxidants, in addition to vitamin E and K.

Full-Fat Yogurt

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You’re missing out on health benefits with that low-fat sugar filled BS. Fatty yogurt is full of probiotics and good bacteria. Greek yogurt is also full of protein, a major plus!

Nut Butters

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Everyone’s childhood comfort food! Better than Nutella and jam; full of natural fats, vitamins, minerals, and protein. We’re literally going nuts over these health benefits. You can also add nut butter in smoothies, toast or baking.


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You probably heard of a supermodel or two eating a spinach egg white frittata. Well, the yolk contains healthy fats and irresistible nutrition.


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Even the pickiest eaters like olives! This high-calorie Mediterranean delight is served with different flavors, shapes, and colors. Rich in iron, calcium, and more healthy goodness. So, better toss some olives on your next dish.

Chia Seeds

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Ever tried chia pudding? Well, you’re in for a treat! Don’t let their small size fool you; chia seeds are high in protein, antioxidants, and fiber.

WE SAID THIS: Bon Appetit!

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