MUFAs are fun to say, delicious to eat, and good for you — what's not to love? Foods high in MUFAs, which stands for monounsaturated fatty acids, help lower your risk of heart diseases and stroke. Not only that, but MUFAs are also known as the flat-belly fat since they have been shown to especially target fat around your midsection. MUFAs are found in many types of nuts (like almonds, walnuts, peanuts, and pistachios), oils (like cashew oils, olive oils, and flaxseed oils), as well as other types of foods like avocado, eggs, dark chocolate, and meats. Be sure to add MUFAs to your diet with a few of our favorite recipes here.
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