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The New Skinny on Fats

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Slide Show: Catch up on the shift in research on how best to balance fat intake to prevent cardiovascular disease.

Diet is crucial in the development and prevention of cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death in the United States and worldwide. Researchers have long known that fat consumption has a strong correlation with disease risk, but the latest research is producing important new findings about the roles various kinds of fats may play in causing-or preventing-this disease.Click through the slides above for a quick reveiw of very recent studies.

References:

1. Fats Fuel Heart Disease

2. Taking Fat Off the Menu

3. New Focus on Polyunsaturated Fats

4. Fatty Acids Organic to Milk

5. Fatty Acids Have Low Profile in Meat

6. Avacados Advocated

7. The King of Nuts for Lipid Changes

8. Obese Insensitive to Fat Taste

9. Not Immune to High Fat Levels

10. Suicide Link

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