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SIX FOODS HIGH IN SATURATED FATS TO AVOID FOR BETTER HEALTH 

Published By Moushumi Mahanta | 30 May, 2024
While monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats are beneficial, saturated and trans fats have harmful chemical structures that can negatively impact your health.
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Saturated fat is linked to increased LDL cholesterol levels, potentially causing blockages in the heart and other parts of the body.
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Here are some foods high in saturated fats:
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Red Meat

Beef, lamb, and pork are high in saturated fat, with even lean cuts containing high amounts of saturated fats.
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Full-Fat Dairy Products

Whole milk and creams contain high amounts of saturated fats. However, fermented dairy products like yogurt, kefir may benefit heart health.
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Butter

Butter is rich in saturated fat, contributing to the unhealthy nature of many baked goods.
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Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is about 90% saturated fat, surpassing butter, beef fat, and lard in saturated fat content.
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Ice Cream

Ice cream contains high saturated fat, equivalent to T-bone steak, Caesar salad, and baked potato with sour cream.
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Baked Goods

Biscuits, cakes, pastries, and brownies are also high in saturated fat. 
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