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Is hard cooking and frying fat less healthy than liquid fat from a squeeze bottle?

  1. Liquid shortening and frying fat from a squeeze bottle is a better choice than frying fat with a wrapper. Frying in oil is also a better alternative to baking and frying fat from a package.

Saturated and unsaturated fat

  1. The body needs fat to function properly. However, it does matter how much fat you eat and what type of fat it is: saturated fat or unsaturated fat. Saturated fat increases LDL cholesterol in the blood, which increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. If you eat less saturated fats, it lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease in the long term. In the table below you can see how much fat different oils and fats contain. The amounts are per tablespoon (10 grams). Product (per 10 grams) Saturated fat (gram) Total fat (gram) In the Disk of Five? Vegetable Liquid Baking and frying fat from squeeze bottle 1.2 9.8 Yes Olive oil 1.4 10 Yes Sunflower- oil 1.2 10 Yes Vegetable Spreadable Margarine from a tub 0.9 4.5 Yes Halvarine from a tub 1.2 3.9 Yes Vegetable Fixed Coconut fat or coconut oil 8.2 9 No Baking and frying fat from a package 2.2 7.5 No Margarine from a package 3.4 8 No Animal Fixed Butter 5.3 8.1 No Ghee (clarified butter) 7 10 No

Can you say that one product is healthy?

  1. You cannot really say whether one product is healthy. It always depends on how much or how often you eat or drink it. We can therefore say whether a product fits in a healthy diet. Read more

  2. You cannot actually say whether one product is healthy. It always depends on how much or how often you eat or drink it. We can therefore say whether a product fits in a healthy diet. Read more



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