Sorry to have made you upset earlier on Walterwhite.
The majority of the fat came from the Eggs. I had 3 whole eggs this morning. Usually I have 5 eggs - two of them yolks
I dont get upset from online interactions, I just explained if you wanted my help how to proceed.
Fats from eggs are still fat, I'd look at peaks site about the pros/cons of eating whole eggs and then get the nutrients that are going to help you
Hint, oatmeal is good for you, but it can still make you fat
Thank you for the link Walterwhite. I had a look at the low fat diet and it mentions you should have no more than 10% of your overall calories from fat.
Are unsaturated fats bad for fat burning?
no, fat burning happens when you eat less energy than you take in, The composition of what tissues you burn has to with lots of things, some you can't control( P ratio) and things you can control(DA agonists, diet compositon) see below:
P-ratio represents the amount of protein that is either gained (or lost) during over (or under) feeding. So a low P-ratio when dieting would mean you used very little protein and a lot of fat. A high P-ratio would mean that you used a lot of protein and very little fat. It looks like, for the most part, P-ratio is more or less the same for a given individual: they will gain about same amount of muscle when they overfeed as they lose when they diet. P-ratio can vary between individuals, of course, but for any given person, it appears to be relatively constant.
So what controls P-ratio? As depressing as this is, the majority of of the P-ratio is out of our control; it's mostly genetic. We can control maybe 15-20% of it with how we eat or train.
Supraphysiological amounts of certain compounds (supplements) and, of course, drugs, can also affect the P-ratio. Exercise is perhaps the most significant weapon we have in battling with our body and affecting P-ratio.