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Navigating the process of replacing animal fats while fasting can be a daunting task. However, with a few simple steps, you can easily transition to a more healthful diet. Begin by researching plant-based alternatives to animal fats. Consider incorporating ingredients such as olive oil, coconut oil, and avocado oil into your meals. Additionally, you can opt for nut butters, tahini, and hummus as sources of healthy fats. Furthermore, you can explore vegan cheese and yogurt options to replace dairy products. Finally, be sure to consult with a nutritionist or dietitian to ensure that you are meeting your dietary needs. With these tips, you can successfully replace animal fats while fasting.

In 2023, Lent began on February 27. The beginning and the end of the Great Lent are counted from the feast of Easter. The fast will last 48 days, until April 15 inclusive. People who decide to fast for the first time face the problem of replacing animal fats with vegetable fats. Correspondents of “MK in Kaluga” figured out how to replace animal fats.

“By giving up meat and other animal products during the fast, you deprive yourself of animal fats. Like proteins, they must be replaced by vegetable fats. The simplest option is vegetable oil: sunflower, olive , corn, sesame and others. The amount of fat is found in olives and olives, nuts, seeds, as well as avocados and coconuts,” Rospotrebnadzor said.

It should be noted that dietary restrictions are not the main component of fasting. During this time, entertainment, excesses, bad habits are abandoned. We need to cleanse our spiritual world of the dirt and grime of everyday sin, which we don’t notice.

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