Limit red meat, cheese, butter and margarine, along with fast food, fried food and pastries and other sweets, because of their high level of saturated fat or trans fat, which is in some margarines.
Try to follow these recommendations:
Red meat: no more than 3 servings a week
Butter and margarine: Less than 1 tablespoon daily. Cook with olive oil instead.
Cheese: Less than 1 serving a week.
Pastries and sweets: Yes, you can enjoy some treats, but limit yourself to 5 servings or fewer a week
Fried or fast food: Less than 1 serving a week.
Source: Martha Clare Morris, ScD Rush University Bottom Line Personal June 15, 2015