REDUCING YOUR RISK OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE: EATING FOR BETTER HEALTH – BASIC EATING GUIDELINES – HOW TO DECREASE YOUR SUGAR INTAKE & FATS

How to decrease your sugar intake
Best Choices
Fruit juices (unsweetened and in reasonable amounts), sugar-free carbonated beverages, sparkling water, fresh or unsweetened fruit (reasonable amounts), sugar-free hot chocolate, sugar-free gelatin or pudding, bread sticks, popcorn, or pretzels
Go Easy On
Plain donuts, plain cookies (such as vanilla wafers), plain cakes (such as angel food cake)
Limit or Avoid
Regular sweetened soft drinks, lemonade, and fruit drinks, cake, pie, donuts, pastries, ice cream, ice milk, sherbet, sorbet, sugar-sweetened gelatin, cereals with more than 5 grams of sucrose and other sugars per ounce, candy, chocolate, sugar, honey, jam, or jelly
Fats
Best Choices (in small amounts)
Polyunsaturated oils (safflower, corn, sunflower, soybean, sesame, or cottonseed) and monounsaturated oils (olive, canola, or peanut). Salad dressings made with unsaturated oils, margarine made from polyunsaturated oil, or margarine whose main ingredient is “liquid” oil (listed first on the label)
Go Easy On
Mayonnaise, creamy salad dressings, reduced-fat sour cream or cream cheese
Limit or Avoid
Saturated fats, including butter, lard, and bacon. Gravy and cream sauces, cream, half-and-half, sour cream, cream cheese, hydrogenated margarine and shortening, cocoa butter (found in chocolate), coconut oil, palm oil, palm-kernel oil, most nondairy creamers, and nondairy whipped toppings
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