4. Whole Milk Products
Dairy products are rich in protein, calcium, vitamin B-12 and riboflavin but the whole milk products come with high amount of fats and cholesterol.
Sixteen ounces of milk adds 1,905 calories, 105 grams of total fat and 315 milligrams of cholesterol in a week. Low-fat dairy products are the better option to go for instead whole milk products.
They contain the same nutrients but come with lesser fat content. Low-fat dairy products are available as skim milk, cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese and cream cheese.