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Study Questions Fat and Heart Disease Link

This study is very interesting.  The researchers looked at 80 different studies to draw their conclusions.  The results are surprising but “Dr. Frank Hu, a professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health, said the findings should not be taken as “a green light” to eat more steak, butter aBurgernd other foods rich in saturated fat. He said that looking at individual fats and other nutrient groups in isolation could be misleading, because when people cut down on fats they tend to eat more bread, cold cereal and other refined carbohydrates that can also be bad for cardiovascular health.”

As always the emphasis needs to be on eating real, whole, natural foods that our bodies were meant to eat.   For more information please read the New York Times article.

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