While fat is essential, too much is not good for you, and a low- fat eating plan can have lots of health benefits.
The way you cook your food and the choices you make when eating out can also have either a positive or negative effect on your body.
Unsaturated fats which include both polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats come from corn, canola oils and olives. So if you are planning to follow a low- fat eating plan, then most of your fats should fall under this heading.
Saturated fats come from meat and dairy foods, in other words, animal products. It is these that you should eat it moderation. According to the American Heart Association, they should account for no more than 7% of your daily intake. So it is these that we need to count.
We can help take the stress out of planning your weekly menu with our 40 New Year, Low-Fat easy to make and family friendly recipes.
You can enjoy making smoothies and shakes, soups and salads, main courses and desserts.
Discover everyday food favorites including Mac n Cheese and Chicken Fajitas plus, gourmet recipes including Asparagus Ribbon Salad with Shallots and Fried Eggs and Spicy Tamari Shrimp Lettuce Cups.
What’s more, you really can have your cake and eat it too with our delicious Italian Orange and Olive Oil Cake.
Every one of our recipes gives the amount of total and saturated fat*.
* FYI: The nutritional information can vary depending on individual ingredients chosen when preparing these recipes
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