Product The content of
fat per 100 g product
buttervegetable oilspeck

Oil (vegetable ghee, butter),
margarines, cooking oils, fat pig

more than 80 grams
sour creamduckcake

Sour 20% (or higher) fat, cheese, pork, duck,
goose, smoked and cooked sausages, pastries,
paste and chocolate

from 20 to 40 grams
eggsmeatsausagea fish

Cottage cheese fat, ice cream, cream,
lamb, beef and chicken, eggs, beef sausages, sausage, salmon, sturgeon, saury, herring, caviar

from 10 to 19 grams
cottage cheesebreadpike

Cottage cheese and low-fat yogurt, perch, cod, ling, hake, cereals, bread

less than 2 grams

Fats - the most powerful source of energy, and hence the extra kilos, if this energy was not spent. fat sources include vegetable oils, as well as meat, fish, eggs, milk and dairy products.

Excess fat is harmful, but fats contain saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, fat-soluble vitamins A, B, E, lecithin, and other substances needed by the body. They provide the absorption from the intestine of minerals and fat-soluble vitamins. Fats improve the taste of food and the feeling of satiety. They can be formed from carbohydrates and proteins, but they do not fully replaced.

Provide organism needs only a combination of animal and vegetable fats, as they complement each other vital substances. The daily rate for an adult - from 100 to 150, the average daily ration of fat should sostayat 60-70% of animal fat, and 30-40% - of the plant.

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