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The murky evidence on saturated fat

March 25, 2013

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"For decades, it has been accepted as truth that eating foods high in saturated fats such as full-fat milk products and fatty cuts of meat — lead to an increased risk of heart disease. Yet a small but growing body of evidence is raising questions about whether reducing saturated fat intake impacts health outcomes."

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The murky evidence on saturated fat

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