If you are on a low-fat diet, you may think that you can eat as many fruits and vegetables as you want. Unfortunately many fruits and vegetables that contain higher levels of fat and can be fattening if eaten in excess. It is useful to know which fruits and vegetables have a higher fat content.
Olives are a high-fat fruit typical pressure to release the olive oil, used in salad dressing and cooking. Five medium-sized olive contains 9 grams of monounsaturated fat, which is known to be a heart-healthy type of fat. When the pressure, the oil collected bottles. Olives and olive oil are common in Mediterranean cooking.
Avocado is a tropical fruit which is very high in monounsaturated fat, which contains 20 to 30 grams of fat per medium avocado. Although very high in fat, avocados are high in nutrients such as vitamin K, potassium and folate. Avocados can be eaten by themselves, mashed into guacamole for dipping or added to smoothies or baked goods.
Soybeans are a high-fat vegetables that ar often used as meat and dairy substitute. Contains 6 grams of fat per serving, soy beans can be transformed into a variety of foods, including tofu, vegetarian burgers, vegan cheese and soy ice cream.
Coconuts contains about 60 grams of fat per 15 gram serving. Although the fat in coconut is considered saturated, the composition of the fat differently from animal fats and reacts healthfully by ingestion unlike the saturated animal fat. Coconut meat, coconut oil and coconut milk can be used in baking, cooking and can be processed into yogurt and ice cream.