There was a time when fats were considered the enemy of healthy eating. For example, egg yolks used to be thought of as best being avoided due to their fat content, however that advice is now outdated as the nutritional content in egg yolks is where most of the “good stuff” lies.
A smarter way is to look at consuming the correct portions of healthy fats (usually the tip of our thumb as a portion size being sufficient). So what are healthy fats? Healthy fats can be classified as those which contain adequate nutrients and good fats, such as omega 3.
Some healthy fats to consider: egg yolks, avocados, nuts (almonds, walnuts), fish oil/oily fish, olive oil, flaxseed oil, coconut oil. So consider adding some healthy fats to your meal instead of shunning them altogether!