1/3rd of your daily calories should come from fats.
Your body runs on calories. And you get them from carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Yes, healthy fats (PUFA & MUFA) exist and are essential for a balanced diet. It gives you energy, keeps cholesterol in check.
If you have a vitamin-rich but no-fat diet, your vitamins go to waste.Vitamins A,D,E & K are absorbed by your body when you eat them with healthy fats. These vitamins need a fatty medium to dissolve into your body. And so they're called fat-soluble vitamins.That’s why even vitamin rich, leafy green salads have a dressing of cold-pressed coconut oil on the top.Eating more healthy fats (PUFA & MUFA) and less bad fats (trans fat) keeps your heart healthy & cholesterol in check.