Some studies have suggested that reducing total fat intake may reduce your risk of breast cancer. Saturated, hydrogenated and trans fats are also known to be risky. Some fats are converted into dangerous chemicals when processed. Eat fewer fatty cuts of meat, full cream dairy products, pies, pastries, cakes, biscuits, chips and fried foods.
Rather than frying at home, bake or grill foods. Save your olive oil for cold dishes or to add flavour at the end of cooking, rather than heating to high temperatures. It is important for good health, to eat fat; include nuts, seeds, avocado, olive oil and oily fish in your diet.