Healthy Blogger Kimberly Riggins
One of the small changes I have made over the last couple of years that reaped large rewards is eating more fat. Yes, I said fat. I'm not talking about the fat you'll find in potato chips, cookies, and ice cream. I am talking about good, high-quality fats such as avocados, olives, nuts, seeds, olive oil, coconut oil, and even some organic dairy products (if you eat dairy).
Fat is one of the most important building blocks for the wall of every cell in your body. Since adding more fat into my diet, my skin has become smoother and less dry; my hair is shinier; my digestive issues have virtually disappeared; my mood swings have improved, and I feel more satiated, which means I don't crave junk like I used to.