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Which FAT is best for satiety???

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Created May 22, 2012 at 9:56 AM

For Satiety should i be using COCONUT OIL or EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL or FULL FAT BUTTER with my meals? and how much should i be using to feel satiated? Thanxs.

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on May 22, 2012
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Adding coconut oil to your smoothie might be difficult, because coconut oil will solidify into weird hard chunks in your smoothie. I totally forgot about the melting point, etc... and added some melted coconut oil to my smoothie, only to have it seize up into chunks. -__- It was an odd "smoothie" Lol.

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on May 22, 2012
at 08:06 PM

From a type of fat perspective I believe coconut oil is healthier because it has medium chain triglycerides, which are meant to be good for you. I know extra virgin olive oil has high amount of Omega 6 fatty acids (we try to lower the omega 6 we eat), and Butter is dairy and unless it is from 100% grassfed cows also will contain high Omega 6. Hope this helps.

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on May 22, 2012
at 12:03 PM

The fat called potato or rice.

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on May 22, 2012
at 11:41 AM

Pretty much do the same in higher amounts, since only eat 1-2 times per day.

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on May 22, 2012
at 10:25 AM

Thanks for that sound advice, i will add a tablespoon to my smoothie, tried taking it with water but could not stomach it, so will try it in smoothie, thanxs

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on May 22, 2012
at 11:39 AM

I have a small block of butter (around 30-50g) to go with my lean protein and vegetables. I guess I could just eat meat with the fat attached, but since there's no guarantee of the quality of the animal fat I'm ingesting, I prefer to rely on pure butter for satiety. My local supermarket sells the most delicious cultured butter for a reasonable price, and I stock my fridge with it. Butter doesn't upset my stomach like coconut oil does, and despite being lactose intolerant when it comes to milk, I seem to tolerate butter well enough.

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on May 22, 2012
at 11:41 AM

Pretty much do the same in higher amounts, since only eat 1-2 times per day.

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on May 22, 2012
at 10:15 AM

If you're talking about taking a tablespoon of fat with a meal you'll want MCT oil. It's essentially just the fat from coconut oil (as in it's 100% fat)and actually comes as a liquid even though it's considered a saturated fat.it'll also give you a burst of energy as there isn't much processing that needs to be done- it esentially is ready to be burned almost right away. (I notice about 10 mins after taking it that my body is rearing to go)

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on May 22, 2012
at 10:25 AM

Thanks for that sound advice, i will add a tablespoon to my smoothie, tried taking it with water but could not stomach it, so will try it in smoothie, thanxs

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on May 22, 2012
at 11:30 PM

Adding coconut oil to your smoothie might be difficult, because coconut oil will solidify into weird hard chunks in your smoothie. I totally forgot about the melting point, etc... and added some melted coconut oil to my smoothie, only to have it seize up into chunks. -__- It was an odd "smoothie" Lol.

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