Healthy ‘unsaturated’ fats are to be included in your day everyday along with plant sterols and soluble fibre. This may help to improve your overall heart health. Unhealthy ‘saturated and trans’ fats should be limited.
This fact sheet will help you with:
- choosing healthy fats and sources
- practical ways to include this into your diet
- reducing unhealthy fats in your diet
- how to read nutrition food labels.
The contents of this fact sheet were last updated March 2021
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