Trans fat: Must avoid!
- fried foods (French fries, doughnuts, deep-fried fast foods)
- margarine (stick and tub)
- vegetable shortening.
- baked goods (cookies, cakes, pastries)
- processed snack foods (crackers, microwave popcorn)
Good Fats vs. Bad Fats: Everything You Need to Know
https://www.healthline.com › health › heart-disease › good-fats-vs-bad-fats
What foods are high in fat?
Here are 10 high-fat foods that are actually incredibly healthy and nutritious.
- Avocados. The avocado is different from most other fruits.
- Cheese. Cheese is incredibly nutritious.
- Dark Chocolate.
- Whole Eggs.
- Fatty Fish.
- Chia Seeds.
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
How do you avoid high fat foods?
Making Good Food Shopping Choices
- Steer away from foods high in saturated and trans fats like fried foods, fatty meats, stick margarine, snacks and items with hydrogenated oil.
- Watch out for hidden fat.
- Cut down on sauces and toppings.
- Buy low-fat or fat free dairy products.
Which food Avoid fat?
Here are 11 foods to avoid when you’re trying to lose weight.
- French Fries and Potato Chips. Whole potatoes are healthy and filling, but french fries and potato chips are not.
- Sugary Drinks.
- White Bread.
- Candy Bars.
- Most Fruit Juices.
- Pastries, Cookies and Cakes.
- Some Types of Alcohol (Especially Beer)
- Ice Cream.
What are the 3 Foods Dr Gundry says to avoid?
According to Dr. Gundry, people should limit the following foods when trying to avoid lectins:
- legumes, such as beans, peas, lentils, and peanuts.
- nightshade vegetables, such as eggplant, peppers, potatoes, and tomatoes.
- fruit, although in-season fruit is allowed in moderation.