How's Your Diet for Fat?
Score Sheet

How often do you . . .

1. eat fried foods or use oil, lard, butter, or margarine when cooking?

If you answered "every day" ...
Try to use less fat. Oil, lard, butter, and margarine add fat and calories to your foods.
Eat more baked and broiled or poached foods. If you fry foods, use only a small amount of vegetable oil.

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Sources: "Choose a Diet Low in Fat, Saturated Fat, and Cholesterol." Home and Garden Bulletin 253-4. Human Nutrition Information Service, United States Department of Agriculture, July 1993.

"Making Healthy Food Choices." Home and Garden Bulletin 250. Human Nutrition Information Service, United States Department of Agriculture, February 1993.

To get more information about fats, read the file on "Fat".


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