1. What Are The Recommended Dietary Allowances RDA?
  2. Healthy Food List #1: Best Nutrition For Pregnant Women
  3. Healthy Food List #2: Best Nutrition For Healthy Hair / Preventing Hair Loss
  4. Healthy Food List #3: Best Nutrition For Asthma (And A Healthy Lung)
  5. Healthy Food List #4: Best Nutrition For Children With Autism
  6. Healthy Food List #5: Best Nutrition For A Healthy Back (And No Back Pain)
  7. Healthy Food List #6: Best Nutrition For Fighting Pain
  8. Healthy Food List #7: Best Nutrition For Brainpower
  9. Healthy Food List #8: Best Nutrition For Reducing Your Cancer Risk
  10. Healthy Food List #9: Best Nutrition For Lowering Cholesterol
  11. Healthy Food List #10: Best Nutrition For Fighting Against Colds and Flu
  12. Healthy Food List #11: Best Nutrition For Beating Depression
  13. Healthy Food List #12: Best Nutrition For Fighting Stress
  14. Healthy Food List #13: Best Food For Instant Detox
  15. Healthy Food List # 14: Best Nutrition For Diabetics
  16. Healthy Food List #15: Best Nutrition For Better Digestion
  17. Healthy Food List #16: Best Nutrition For Building Muscle
  18. Healthy Food List #17: Best Nutrition For Dealing With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  19. Healthy Food List #18: Best Nutrition For Dealing With Fibromyalgia
  20. Healthy Food List #19: Best Nutrition For Better Fitness
  21. Healthy Food List #20: Best Nutrition For A Healthy Heart
  22. Healthy Food List #21: Best Nutrition For High Blood Pressure
  23. Healthy Food List #22: Best Nutrition For Balancing Your Hormones (And For A Great Skin)
  24. Healthy Food List #23: Best Nutrition For Strong Joints
  25. Healthy Food List #24: Best Nutrition For Juice Cleanses
  26. Healthy Food List #25: Best Nutrition For Men
  27. Healthy Food List #26: Best Nutrition For People Over 60
  28. Healthy Food List #27: Best Nutrition For Weight Loss
  29. Healthy Food List #28: Best Nutrition For Preventing Osteoporosis
  30. Healthy Food List #29: Best Nutrition For Easing Hyperthyroidism Symptoms
  31. Healthy Food List #30: Best Nutrition For A Better Sex Life
  32. Healthy Food List #31: Best Nutrition For Better Sleep
  33. Healthy Food List #32: Best Nutrition For Menstruation Periods
  34. Healthy Food List #33: Best Nutrition For Healthy Eyes
  35. Healthy Food List #34: Best Nutrition For Preventing Hearing Loss
  36. Healthy Food List #35: Best Nutrition For Healthy Teeth And Gums
  37. Healthy Food List #36: Best Nutrition For Improving Your Appetite
  38. Healthy Food List #37: Best Nutrition For Reducing Your Hunger and Appetite
  39. Healthy Food List #38: Best Nutrition For Women
  40. Healthy Food List #39: Best Nutrition For Women Over 50
  41. Healthy Food List #40: Best Supplement Nutrition For Women
  42. Healthy Food List #41: Best Nutrition For Your Child
  43. Healthy Eating #1: Make Health Goals That You Can Work On
  44. Healthy Eating #2: Eat For a F.I.T. Lifestyle
  45. Healthy Eating #3: Which Foods Can Help Cure Common Cold?
  46. Healthy Eating #4: Take up a slow, steady weight loss plan
  47. Healthy eating #5: Things to know about supplements (by age)
  48. Healthy eating #7: Start cutting excess fat from your cooking
  49. Healthy Eating #8: Foods that help keep your eyes healthy
  50. Healthy Eating #9: A checklist for healthful eating and active living
  51. Healthy Eating #10: Stay fit in cold weather
  52. Healthy Eating #11: Start eating oats
  53. Healthy Eating #13: Be a smart food buyer

Healthy eating #7: Start cutting excess fat from your cooking




Reducing fat from your food  helps reduce your long-term risks for heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. Health experts advise 20 to 35 percent of calories from fat (44 to 78 fat grams for a 2,000-calorie daily eating plan). And keep saturated fat (including trans fatty acids) as low as possible.

Here are some ways you can reduce fat from your daily cooking:
- Pick flavorful oil. A little extra virgin olive, sesame, walnut, or herb-infused oil goes a long way.
- Thicken creamy soup or stew with puréed, cooked root veggies, such as potatoes, sweet potatoes, parsnips, or turnips.
- Buy nonstick pans—to sauté or stir-fry with less fat.
- Oven bake “fried chicken.” Coat chicken with yogurt, then roll in whole-wheat bread crumbs and herbs. Spray lightly with vegetable oil spray. Oven bake at 350°F in a nonstick pan.
- Grill or broil, roast or bake, boil or stir-fry—all low-fat ways to cook!
- Use a cheese with flavors. Just a little Romano, blue, or Parmesan cheese delivers lots of flavor.
- Go less with any oil. Toss less butter, margarine, or oil with veggies, pasta, or rice. Ladle less dressing on salad.
- Follow the 2⁄3 – 1⁄3 guideline: 2⁄3 of the plate with veggies, fruits, and grain foods. Fill the rest of the plate with meat, poultry, fish, or cheese.