A serving of butter contains more than 50 grams of saturated fat, which is shown by its solid form at room temperature.
While full-fat cream is a delectable indulgence, it comes at a high cost: 21.8 grams of saturated fat per 100 grams.
One of the most popular cheeses in the world is also one of the highest in saturated fat. The weight of a 100-gram serving is around 19.4 grams.
Due to the inclusion of full-fat dairy products, milk chocolate has a high saturated fat content (18.5 grams per 100 grams).
Coconut oil has 86.5 grams of saturated fat for every 100 grams. It has no trans fats, at least.
There's bad news for pie lovers: a lot of the above-mentioned products go into pies, which means they're loaded with saturated and trans fats.
A 100-gram portion of commercially produced cheesecake has 9.9 grams of saturated fat.
When commercially prepared, several popular pastries are heavy in saturated fats. Croissants, for example, have 11.7 grams of sugar per 100 grams of food.
However, a 100-gram portion of doughnuts dipped in coffee has 13.5 grams of saturated fat and 0.13 grams of trans fat.
Saturated fat content per 100 grams of New Zealand lamb composite cuts is 35.3 grams.
As the final item in the cholesterol-raising trifecta, whole cuts of pig include 32.2 g saturated fat per 100 g.
Even without cheese, a fast-food single-patty burger has 6.1g of saturated fat per 100g. Cheese adds 5% saturated fat and 0.57g trans fat.