What are Saturated Fats? What Foods Contain Saturated Fat?
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Whether you want to lose weight, lower your "bad" cholesterol, or improve your overall health, it’s a good idea to reduce your intake of foods that are high in saturated fats. While you may already have an idea what foods to avoid, there are some that might surprise you. In this post, we’ll answer the question, “What are saturated fats?” Also, we will enumerate foods that contain saturated fat, so you’ll be guided accordingly. What are Saturated Fats? Saturated fat is a type of fat that is usually solid at room temperature. It is found primarily in animal products but can be also found in some plant sources. Saturated fats are called “bad fats”. They have been linked to an increased risk of high cholesterol levels in the body -- a risk factor for heart disease. For this reason, you should only consume saturated fat in small quantities. What Foods Contain Saturated Fat? Saturated fats can be found in many foods. The majority come from animal sources, such as: • Beef • Pork • Beef fat • Poultry with skin • Lamb • Bacon • Processed meats • Cold cuts • Hot dogs • Breakfast sausages Dairy products also contain…
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