There's about a billion...can you be more specific? Are you looking for breakfast? lunch? dinner? entrees? snacks? desserts?
You can make anything you normally eat lower in fat, but do remember than you need *some* fat, because there are many nutrients that we need that are fat soluble, meaning if you don't get the fat with them, you don't get the nutrients because your body cannot break them down.
Choose lean meats like chicken breasts, pork or beef tenderloin, beef or pork loin, etc. Start using Smart Balance, which replaces butter, and lowers the bad cholesterol in your body while raising the good.
Remember to that there are different types of fat and not all fat is created equal in how it effects your body. Avoid trans fats, limit saturated fats, and try to stick to healthier choices like almond oil, avocado oil, olive oil.
at 1:01 PM on Jan. 19, 2009