so i just read a label on a whole chicken breast
it said :
Total Fat 16g
Sat. Fat: 3.5g
so is the rest poly and monounsaturated fat?
kinda confuses me there becuase ive always heard fat in meat is bad..
anyone want to fill me in here?
Most people associate fat in meat with saturated fat, which can be bad in excess if one does not balance things out and does not exercise consistently.
The reality is that many foods containing saturated fatty acids are not necessarily dominantly comprised of such.
I tired to fit anaother "y" in that last sentence but I couldn't.
Last edited by Slim Schaedle; 01-23-2008 at 03:53 PM.
Yeah, uh, I never said you didn't know what sat fat is.
You indicated that you have always heard the fat in meat is bad and that you were confused.
Well, I shed some light on your confusion.
Take out saturated fat and you are left monounsturated, polyunsaturated, and trans.
EDIT: you're 15, nevermind.
Last edited by Slim Schaedle; 01-23-2008 at 05:23 PM.
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