What are monounsaturated fatty acids & why are they good for losing belly fat?

I just read in Womans World about this diet that targets belly fat. The article read that if you consume a lot of monounsaturated fatty acids, MUFA’s, women have lost up to 7 lbs and 5 inches off their stomachs in days. Why does this occur? Is it affective?

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One Response to “What are monounsaturated fatty acids & why are they good for losing belly fat?”

  1. AnnieBannie said:

    ok i dont really know what they do but these are where you can get the monounsaturated fats are found in natural foods such as nuts and avocados, and are the main component of tea seed oil and olive oil (oleic acid). Canola oil is 57%–60% monounsaturated fat, olive oil is about 75% monounsaturated fat while tea seed oil is commonly over 80% monounsaturated fat. Other sources include grapeseed oil, ground nut oil, peanut oil, flaxseed oil, sesame oil, corn oil, popcorn, whole grain wheat, cereal, oatmeal, safflower oil, sunflower oil, tea-oil Camellia, avocado oil.




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