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  1. Arti says:

    Following the 30% or less recommendation, look for foods that have less than 30g of fat per 100g. When trying to gain muscle, you will need to consume high-protein foods, most of which naturally contain a few fat. This is equivalent to 44-78g of fat for those following a 2000-calorie diet. If you use our handy macro-calculator, it can help you determine both your calorie needs and the optimal macro distribution to meet your goals. As long as your diet contains a few heart-healthy fats (olive oil, avocado, nuts, seeds), it should be adequate. Fats a crucial part of the diet, not just for the heart health reasons of unsaturated fats, but also for energy and healthy cell

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