Fats Sat and Oils Fat% (*) Safflower oil 9 Canolaoil 10 Sunflower oil 11 Corn oil 13 Peanut oil 13 Olive oil 14 Soybean oil 15 Cottonseed oil 27 Chicken fat 30 Lard 41 Beef fat 51 Palm kernel oil 51 Butter 54 Coconut oil 77 Other Sat Foods Fat% (*) Cottage cheese, regular 2 Almonds 4 Sardines 6 Walnuts 6 Pancakes 7 Pork chop, grilled 7 Tuna in oil 8 Beef, sirloin roast 9 Frankfurter 10 French dressing 10 Sponge cake 10 Peanut butter 11 Scrambled egg 11 Cocoa powder 13 Brazil nuts 16 Milk chocolate 18 Salami 18 Cheddar cheese 20 Cream cheese 28 Whole milk 30 Coconut, desiccated 53 (*) Saturated Fat
, expressed as a percentage of total fat
This idea that dietary saturated fats
build up in the coronary arteries is complete unscientific nonsense," Dr.
While Dr Gupte advises the public to always read food labels to know what is entering their body, Nadine also encourages people to choose the right foods when cutting down on saturated fat
in daily diets.
The diets started with 47 grams of carbs and 84 grams of saturated fat
each day, and ended with 346 carb grams per day and 32 grams dally of saturated fat
The result is a partnership dedicated to reducing saturated fat
whilst delivering high quality, tasty products.
My take on this would be that it's not saturated fat
that we should worry about'' in our diets, said Dr.
, like those found in rich cheeses and meats, may do more than weigh men down after a meal - a Danish study also links them to dwindling sperm counts.
People will want to think about substituting out saturated fat
in favour of monounsaturated foods," said study author Dr.
So we can conclude that still we don\'t know exactly the relationship of dietary saturated fat
and risk of Coronary heart disease.
Danish cuisine is traditionally laden with processed meats and cheeses, which both have high saturated fat
The less animal-based foods you consume, the less saturated fat
you're getting--and consequently the lower your cholesterol will be.
Even though physiological research has found no indication that saturated fat
increases dense LDL cholesterol or triglycerides, policymakers and many scientists tend to ignore this information, as Nina Teicholz explains in an article for Men's Health.