Be cautious of how many saturated fats you consume. Eating too many saturated fats can lead to higher cholesterol levels and an increased risk of heart disease. Beef, poultry with skin, and pork all have high amounts of saturated fats as well as butter and cheese. You should opt for leaner cuts of meat and low-fat dairy products to cut down on saturated fats in your diet. One simple switch is using 1% milk.
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