Week 10

Avoid

Replace With

FATS ON THE AVOID List on our Nutrition page:
Margarine
Hydrogenated
Partially Hydrogenated
Fake Buttery Spreads in tubs
Canola Oil (rapeseed oil)
Corn Oil
Safflower Oil
Vegetable Oil
Soybean Oil
Grapeseed Oil
Sunflower Oil
Rice Bran Oil*Watch out for restaurant oils in cooking – they are often hydrogenated or use oils on the avoid list.

*Watch out also for SALAD DRESSINGS – these almost ALWAYS have bad oils in them and can cause heart disease.

Instead, make your salad with a good healthy fat like avocado, full fat cheese, bacon or eggs and skip the dressing. Or, make a homemade dressing out of olive oil and vinegar or yogurt and herbs. Milk Kefir makes a great ranch salad dressing and the bonus is probiotics!

Cold Uses:
Olive Oil
Sesame Oil
Nut Oils (walnut, pecan, macadamia etc.)
Flaxseed Oil
Avocado
Nuts & Seeds (including nut and seed butters)Hot Uses:
Coconut Oil
Palm Oil
Butter
Bacon Fat
Ghee
Lard
Tallow
Lamb Fat
Chicken Fat/Duck Fat
Full Fat Dairy
Free Range/Organic Eggs

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