Are fats so bad? – Harvard Health


‘For years, fat was a dirty word in the dietary world. After World War II, large studies established links between saturated fat and heart disease. Most dietary experts advised people to reduce their fat intake, not only because of the heart connection, but also because fat has more calories per gram than protein or carbohydrate and was assumed to contribute more to weight gain.’

Read more here: http://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/are-fats-so-bad

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One Response to Are fats so bad? – Harvard Health

  1. Lets just say there are people that live off only butter and live a ripe old age. I think we have our own life dial and not matter what we die when that dial is up.

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