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New Thoughts on Saturated Fats

AHA Guidelines May Not Be Based On The Best Research  New Book Casts Doubt On Years Of Common Methodology Investigative reporter Nina Teicholz has just released a book this week challenging our thoughts about how we structure our diet. In a WSJ article, Ms. Teicholz outlines her issues with AHA guidelines that recommend less animal fat (or saturated fat) as part of ones diet. She contends that the reduction in saturated fat has led to the increased consumption of carbohydrates, which has cascaded into another entirely different set of health issues such as type 2 diabetes. Her book is available at
Here's a few other articles that support this contention
From NPR: The Full-Fat Paradox: Whole Milk May Keep Us LeanWhy Milk Is The Ultimate Post Workout FoodButter Is Back Behind The Headlines: Saturated Fat and Heart Disease 'Uproven' Environmental Impact Of Meat