Low Fats

Fat is essential for health but there are good fats and bad fats and it is important to know the difference. All fats are higher in calories compared with carbohydrates and proteins so it makes sense to moderate your intake and only consume what you need. Stay within your daily calorie allowance – Know Your Fats.

Know your Fats

Saturated fats are the “bad fats”. They are mainly found in meats, dairy products, fried foods, biscuits, cakes and pastries.

Polyunsaturated and mono-unsaturated fats are the good fats. Oily fish like salmon, mackerel and herring are great sources of polyunsaturated fat, as are walnuts, brazil nuts, pine nuts, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds and polyunsaturated-fat spreads.

Rapeseed oil is rich in mono-unsaturated fats, which is why KSG insist on cooking your food with it. Unsalted peanuts, almonds, cashew nuts, brazil nuts and polyunsaturated-fat spreads are easy ways to get good fats into your body.

Our Saturated Fat Standards: KSG is committed to helping you limit your intake of saturated “bad” fats. Our chefs use rapeseed oil, this is a healthier oil for cooking. We make sure you have the option of choosing low fat milk, spreads, mayonnaise and yoghurt.

Nutritionally Analysed Menus: When you see the Low Fat symbol on your KSG menu this means that the meal contains no more than 3g of fat per 100g of food.

Helpful Tips:

Opt for grilled, baked & steamed foods on your menu (no extra fat added during the cooking process).

Favour poultry and lean meats.

Make a habit of eating oily fish twice a week.

Choose low-fat dairy products and spreads.

Snack, if you must, on healthy treats.

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