I was wondering if someone could explain this to me..
I'm trying to incorporate more fat into my diet to even out my blood sugar, but I don't want to go the opposite way and wind up doing something unhealthy. Now that I'm actually reading up on different fats, however, I don't understand why its recommended that people adhere to low fat diets. So I get that saturated fats are bad, raise your risk of heart problems, etc, but if monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats are actually good for your heart, why not just eat all the unsaturated fats you want? In other words, is there really anything bad about eating unsaturated fats, assuming you're not struggling with weight management?
I really this might be a kind of technical question with no easy answer, but I was just hoping someone out there might be able to enlighten me!
Thanks ahead of time!