About Super Fat
They’re entrepreneurs empowering change with fat
As entrepreneurs and health enthusiasts, they’d always talked about creating a new product in the health-tech space. It wasn’t until they began to explore opportunities that they realized how big the obesity and diabetes epidemics actually were. Without the right diet, they realized, no amount of tech would change that. Without better education, people would still believe the myth of a low-fat high carb diet. So they turned their love of healthy fats into SuperFat, a convenient way to get the right balance of nut fats and functional ingredients, moderate protein, and low net carbs on the go. Something that actually tasted great, was nutritionally balanced and provided a boost of on-demand fuel wherever they went.
Their F.A.T.S. Core Values
Their core values drive everything they do at SuperFat. From the quality ingredients they use, the people they hire, to how they treat their customers, every decision is based on whether or not it meets their core values.
The sugar industry lied to us all
For over half a century they were made to believe that fat was absolutely terrifying. Without any substantial evidence, they, as a society, suddenly became scared that fat would stick to their arteries like gunk in old pipes and cause strokes, diabetes, heart attacks, and every other bad thing in the world. To protect them against the horrible monster they called FAT, nutrition authorities around the world recommended that they cut dietary fat out of their diets as much as possible. They listened and followed, only to find not all fats are bad. In fact, many are good, beneficial and healthy! Years later, there’s still no scientific evidence linking dietary fat to cardiovascular health. So, how did the baseless endorsement to cut fat persevere for decades without one iota of evidence? Why do so many of them continue to avoid saturated fat despite the fact that even the FDA no longer tells them to do so?
In the 1960s the sugar industry paid scientists to play down the link between heart disease and sugar by promoting saturated fat as the culprit. The demonization of saturated fat derives from a misunderstanding of processed foods containing sugar, chemicals, and saturated fat; it isn’t the fat itself, it’s the packaged foods filled with sugar and low-quality ingredients which are optimized for taste and addiction rather than health and performance.
SuperFat is different
They believe in dispelling myths and optimizing nutrition based on science and results. Whether your diet is keto, paleo, vegan, plant-based, vegetarian, or a combination of them all – or whether you’re fasting or just need a convenient snack or meal replacement – there’s no denying that everyone needs fat in their diet. As an all-natural product, SuperFat is free of sugar or artificial sweeteners and refined or processed carbohydrates. Unlike so many other nut butter out there which are loaded with filler, palm oil, sugar or low-quality cheap nuts, they offer quality fats, convenient packaging, and delicious flavors combined with functional ingredients.
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Super Fat FAQ
Does my body need fats?
Yes! Dietary fats help support cell growth and give your body fuel. They also do cool things like help protect your organs and regulate your body temperature. They even help your body absorb some nutrients and produce vita hormones. Every human body needs fat.
Are there different kinds of fats?
There are FOUR major types of dietary fats in our food supply. They include: saturated fats, trans fats, monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats. Each of these fats have different physical properties, effects in the body and chemical structures.
How are fats part of a healthy diet?
As mentioned, every person needs fat in their diet. Just remember to choose natural, whole foods that are minimally processed and contain little or no sugar. SuperFat is one way to make fats a part of your diet. SuperFat is made from a delicious blend of macadamia nuts and almonds; reliable and quick sources of fuel for your body.
Do all fats have the same number of calories?
Every gram of fat contains 9 calories, regardless of the fat type. Proteins and carbohydrates provide 4 calories per gram, which is why so often fats are more energy-dense.
When is fat bad?
Fat, unfortunately, is often combined with unhealthy ingredients in processed foods that contain added sugars and low nutrients. Baked goods, chips, candy, soda, and processed snack foods are all examples of foods that often lead to our country’s obesity epidemic. The saturated fat in these products is not always the problem, it’s the combination of sugar and fat that may be unhealthy in terms of general nutrient content.
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