5 Fat-Friendly Diets to Kick Start Healthy Lifestyle Changes

Healthy Fats!  

There is no shortage of diet and lifestyle plans available for anyone looking to change to a healthier way of eating. Here are 5 diets which encourage the consumption of healthy fats to aid in weight loss.

Ketogenic Diet

One of the most popular ways of eating today is this high fat, low carbohydrate diet. This plan encourages healthy fats such as coconut oil and full-fat meats to help you feel full faster and longer. This lifestyle focuses on macros or percentage of calories. The low carb ratio causes your body to burn fat instead of storing it.

Atkins Diet

Similar to the ketogenic diet with limitations in carbs, it differs in the amount of protein used to create the feeling of fullness for which keto primarily uses fat to produce. Healthy fats are still a mainstay, including full-fat dairy products.

Whole 30

This diet encourages whole foods with very limited preservatives. It also calls for some organic or natural foods to prevent exposure to pesticides. Naturally raised animal products, such as grass-fed butter, are also on the list of approved foods for the healthy fat that will help generate the feeling of being satiated.


As the name implies, this diet calls back to the era of nomadic cavemen. This diet is primarily foods that you would be able to find if you were in the natural world: meats with healthy fats, fruits, tree nuts, and seeds. This diet is different from other high-fat diets in that dairy is not allowed in any form.

South Beach Diet

Often confused with the Atkins Diet, the South Beach diet does limit carbs but also has a plan to add them back in limited quantities by choosing “good carbs” rather than “bad carbs”. More fruit is available on the menus, especially in their whole form, as long as you understand the impact natural sugar has on your body.

Combine Diets With Supplement Systems

For many diets, you may need to take some additional supplements to perfect the balance of your nutrition. Supplement systems can be the key to success. They help with appetite control while your body adjusts to its new, healthier fuel source. They also replace and replenish the nutrients your body has been missing in its previous low fat, high carb state. But be sure to do your research about which supplements will complement your dietary needs best. Some supplements, such as the Xyngular system, are specifically designed to support fat-friendly diets, and some are not.

Remember that healing needs to happen on a cellular level. According to ASEA, "As we age and as our bodies are exposed to toxins and environmental stress, cellular function diminishes, and with it, our health and quality of life. This decline also affects the body’s ability to produce and maintain a proper balance of redox signaling molecules."

These diets offer rapid results, not only in weight loss but in overall wellness. If you’re looking for a new, healthier lifestyle, then a low carb diet combined with healthy fats may be the answer for you.


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