Why Full-Fat Salad Dressing is Better For You

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Research performed by Melody Brown (see research article), demonstrates that after ingestion of the salads with fat-free salad dressing, the appearance of a variety of vitamins (carotene, ß-carotene, and lycopene) in the blood stream was very low.  Reduced-fat salad dressing resulted in a slight but small increase in vitamin levels.

Full-fat salad dressing resulted in the highest measurable levels of these vitamins. The other aspect of low-fat salad dressings is that they are often much higher in carbohydrates than their full-fat versions.  Don’t worry so much about the extra fat intake – it’s primarily the excess body fat that increases your blood cholesterol levels, not the fat in the foods we eat.

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Patrick Nemechek, D.O.

Patrick Nemechek, D.O.

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