We all know that chocolate, pastries and cakes are full of calories. But what about ordinary, daily-used products? Peanut butter 50 g of fat per 100 g of oil While peanut butter is a great source of monounsaturated fats, excessive use of this oil can be harmful for those who care about the figure. Pay attention to options for oils that do not contain sugar. Sugar-free peanut butter contains a similar amount of fat, but fewer kilojoules. The optimal consumption of peanut butter is up to 4 teaspoons per week. Cheese 33 g fat per 100 g cheddar cheese Choose low-fat cheeses, rather than cheddar, parmesan, and gouda, if possible. It is advisable to avoid dishes that contain a very large amount of cheese, such as pizza, cheese pasta, sandwiches. Fried dishes 22g per 100g donut Frying has never been a healthy cooking method. Replace this process with grilling vegetables, while deep-fried foods should be eliminated from the diet. Baking or grilling is always preferable to fried food. Avocado 17g per 100g avocado Monounsaturated fats in avocados should be part of a balanced diet, but again, large amounts of this fruit can cause problems for overweight people. It is not recommended to consume more than one medium-sized avocado per week. If your salad contains avocado, use lemon juice as a dressing.