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partially hydrogenated vegetable oils, trans fat, and saturated fat. Use liquid vegetable oils in place of soft or hard margarine or shortening. Limit cheese, butter, ice cream processed and fatty meats, cakes, cookies, pastries, muffins, pies, and doughnuts. Eat more seafood, and
nutrients, and it’s virtually fat- and cholesterol-free. Cut back on high-fat foods containing partially hydrogenated vegetable oils, trans fat, and saturated fat. Use liquid vegetable oils in place of soft or hard margarine or shortening. Limit cheese, butter, ice cream processed
bag and enjoy it. Doing so may help you resist eating a full-sized bag when you get home. Choose a healthy substitute for your unhealthy craving. For example, if you want ice cream, substitute fat-free ice cream, frozen yogurt, or sherbet. Listen to your cravings. If you crave something
of cream cheese, use low-fat or fat-free cream cheese. Instead of using high-fat cheeses, try fat-free or skim-milk cheeses.  Swap nonfat frozen yogurt, sorbet, or sherbet for ice cream.  Use low- or no-fat sour cream instead of regular sour cream. Or, use Greek yogurt. Cook
try fat-free or skim-milk cheeses.  Swap nonfat frozen yogurt, sorbet, or sherbet for ice cream.  Use low- or no-fat sour cream instead of regular sour cream. Or, use Greek yogurt. Cook lighter Use nonstick cookware, baking pans, and casserole dishes to eliminate or reduce
homemade foods, remember that strong seasonings like garlic, peppers, cloves, or onions tend to become stronger during freezing. Foods require a temperature of zero degrees F or below to retain their flavor, texture, and nutrients. If your freezer doesn't keep the ice cream hard,
is found in egg yolks and organ meats. Limit or avoid these foods, which are high in saturated fat, or look for low-fat or nonfat versions: Butter Cream Cheese Red meat (beef, mutton, lamb, pork) Ice cream Mayonnaise Cake Cookies Publication Source: StayWell Digest/August
realize eating one 300-calorie piece of cake or bowl of ice cream isn’t enough to hurt your waistline. All or nothing Myth: To maintain a healthful weight, I can never have another doughnut, piece of cherry pie, or bowl of ice cream. Fact: If you budget your calories, there’s
one 300-calorie piece of cake or bowl of ice cream isn’t enough to hurt your waistline. All or nothing Myth: To maintain a healthful weight, I can never have another doughnut, piece of cherry pie, or bowl of ice cream. Fact: If you budget your calories, there’s room in almost
carrot and zucchini into spaghetti sauce. Add onions, green peppers, and diced tomatoes to a bean burrito or quesadilla. Top fat-free ice cream, ice milk, or sherbet with sliced bananas, strawberries, raspberries, or blueberries. Author: Floria, Barbara Online Source: USDAhttp://
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