2. Raw Nuts & Seeds
3. Coconut Oil & Cacao Butter
Coconut oil contains high amounts of natural saturated fats which increases good cholesterol which supports heart health, and the antioxidants found in coconut oil promote it’s anti-inflammatory properties.
One of the reasons that cocoa butter is so valuable is its high concentrationof antioxidant compounds, including oleic acid, palmitic acid, and stearic acid. Although these are technically fatty acids, they are beneficial for the body, and help to neutralize free radicals throughout the body, particularly in the skin.
4. Pasture-Raised Eggs and Salmon
The yolk of pastured eggs is a rich source of cholesterol and omega 3 fats, which should be part of every healthy diet. There is plenty of research proving that omega 3s are important for cardiovascular health and a strong immune system.
Salmon is also rich in omega-3 to help curb your hunger and keep you full throughout the day.