In moderation, yes.
Saturated Fatty Acids comprise a large portion of cellular membrane structure, are important for brain development, enhance calcium absorption, and aid in synthesis of Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs). They also contain quantities of necessary fat-soluble vitamins that many people are deficient in (A, D, etc.).
Your body also stores excess calories as saturated fat for later use as a source of energy.
No. They, and saturated fats, are the types to avoid.
Plants have mostly unsaturated fats. They are considered good for health as compared to animal fats. Animal fats are usually saturated fats.
Saturated fats are saturated with hydrogen atoms.
There's nothing good about saturated fats. But unsaturated fats like veggies, are good for you.
saturated are bad - they are harder to break down unsaturated are good :)
Too many saturated fats are bad for you--they are associated with heart disease. There is some evidence that some saturated fats are good for you--AvocadoCoconutsMost Westerners eat too much saturated fat. There is tons of it in animal-based foods.
Unsaturated fat is good for you and saturated fat is good for you
No, saturated fats and trans fats are different. Saturated fat increases low-density lipoprotein, which is bad for you. Trans fats do the same thing, but also lower high-density lipoprotein, which is good for you. Trans fats are a lot worse.
Doctors are a good source for learning about good and bad cholesterols. Generally saturated fats are to be avoided and fast food restaurants are known to include these fats in most of the food items. Reading nutritional labels will indicate fats and whether non-saturated fats are at a higher ratio than saturated.
Unsaturated fats are liquid at room temperature, saturated fats are not, hence saturated fats have a higher melting point.
No, carbohydrates are entirely different from saturated fats.
yes they are better than saturated
Heart disease, not good for your heart
Saturated fats raise cholesterol
They are both fats! Saturated fats have more hydrogen atoms on the fat molecule than do unsaturated fats.
Good fats: monounsaturated fat and polyunsaturated fat.Bad fats: trans-fat and saturated fat.
They are primarily saturated with hydrogen.
Technically yes, however, Saturated Fats are better sub-catagorized under fats themselves. I say that Saturated Fats are technically Lipids because Lipids are composed of: Fats, Oils, and Waxes.
Saturated fats are saturated with hydrogen atoms. This causes saturated fats to be solid at room temperature, for instance the fat on meat and coconut oil. Unsaturated fats are liquid at room temperature, corn oil and soy oil are some examples of this.
A function of saturated fats is to increase the blood cholesterol levels. Saturated fats ca be found in dairy products, vegetable oils and meat.
The unsaturated fats should be avoided not the saturated fats.
The good types of fat, non-saturated, and non-Trans Fats, help with the absorption of critical vitamens and nutrients. The bad types of fats, saturated fats and trans fats, are meaningless calories also because it want to
Triglycerides are fats in your blood. Saturated fats and unsaturated fats are fats that you eat. Saturated fats are found in animal products such as butter, meat, milk, cheese, lard. Unsaturated fats are found in non-animal products such as avocados, nuts, and oils. Unsaturated fats are considered healthier for your heart than saturated fats. Saturated fats should be minimized for good health. The following is copied from the American Heart Assoc. website; Eating foods that contain saturated fats raises the level of cholesterol in your blood. High levels of blood cholesterol increase your risk of heart disease and stroke. Be aware, too, that many foods high in saturated fats are also high in cholesterol - which raises your blood cholesterol even higher.