(1) Cholesterol, which your body produces for building cells, is the main substance in fatty deposits that can develop in your arteries.(2) Fatty, greasy, fried foods and fatty meats like hot dogs, beacon sausages, fish and chicken should be avoided at all costs just like butter, mayonnaise, salad dressings and other oils.(3) Mice lacking this protein can indulge in fatty food but remain as slim as mice on a lower-fat diet, a new study reports.(4) The oils are then neutralized to remove free fatty acids which might give unwanted flavours.(5) Reducing the amount of fatty foods eaten prior to pregnancy is also a good bet, as that lessens exposure to persistent chemicals like PCBs and dioxin.(6) Contrary to popular belief, acne is not caused by eating fatty food or chocolate.(7) Our bodies are thought to have a built-in system to measure levels of a key protein, leptin, which is produced in fatty tissue.(8) Fat-soluble vitamins lodge in the fatty tissues of the body and can be stored there.(9) Although it's good to remember that it is far more beneficial to consume additional carbohydrates and less fatty foods whenever possible.(10) With the increasing incidence of obesity and diabetes in Western countries, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease has become a growing problem.(11) And snacks are no longer candy bars, chips and other fatty foods.(12) Purge your diet of greasy, fatty foods, limit your sodium and up your daily water quotient to 8-10 glasses a day at least.(13) Among women, the extra fatty tissue produces an excess of the female hormone oestrogen.(14) Chronic alcohol use may result in fatty liver, hepatitis, and cirrhosis, with varying levels of jaundice.(15) A common heart condition is coronary heart disease, in which fatty deposits gradually block the coronary arteries.(16) The steps include aerobic exercise, less fatty food, learning new skills and avoiding damaging free radicals.