11 high-fat foods you should avoid

Processed and Fried Foods:

Foods deep-fried in unhealthy oils, such as french fries and fried chicken, can be high in trans fats and saturated fats.

Fast Food Burgers:

Fast food burgers often contain high levels of saturated fats, especially in the meat and added toppings.

Processed Meats:

Bacon, sausages, hot dogs, and other processed meats can be high in saturated fats and sodium, potentially contributing to heart disease.

Commercial Baked Goods:

Many commercially produced baked goods like pastries, cakes, and cookies are high in trans fats, saturated fats, and added sugars.


Some margarines contain trans fats, which have been associated with an increased risk of heart disease. Opt for healthier fat alternatives like olive oil.

Packaged Snack Foods:

Snack foods like chips, crackers, and popcorn often contain unhealthy trans fats, excessive salt, and preservatives.

Full-Fat Dairy:

While dairy can be part of a healthy diet, consuming excessive amounts of full-fat dairy products can contribute to saturated fat intake.

Creamy Salad Dressings:

Cream-based salad dressings can be high in saturated fats. Choose vinaigrettes or make your own dressings using healthier oils.

Processed Cheese:

Many processed cheeses are high in saturated fats and may contain additives. Choose natural cheese in moderation.

Palm Oil:

Palm oil is commonly used in processed foods and may contribute to high saturated fat intake. Be cautious of products with palm oil in the ingredient list.

Coconut Oil:

While coconut oil has gained popularity, it is high in saturated fats. Use it sparingly and consider healthier cooking oils like olive oil.

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