“The nutrition panel on food labels can help identify how much fat, and saturated fat there is in a product.
“As a guideline, a food with 3g or less of fat in 100g is low in fat. A food with 1.5g or less of saturated fat in 100g is low in saturated fat.”
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) states: “It’s almost impossible to completely remove saturated fat from your diet.
“Instead, keep an eye on how often you eat foods high in saturated fat, watch your portion size and substitute for healthier options where possible.”