2. Eat healthy fats
When trying to drop fat, it may seem appropriate to reduce dietary fat. At nine calories per gram, fats are a denser caloric investment than carbs or protein. But contrary to what you might have heard, fats are good for you—as long as they’re the “good” kinds: monounsatured fats, polyunsatured fats, and omega-3 fatty acids. These healthy sources of fat can actually help you shed body fat, build muscle, and recover faster from workouts. Healthy fats also have numerous health benefits that can protect you cardio-battered joints. Some prime sources of good fats: avocados, extra virgin olive oil, and fish.
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