Not Just Low-Fat

July 2005
Nutrition Action Health Letter;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p12
Discusses research done on the effect of a low-fat diet that is rich in vegetables, beans and whole grains on a person's LDL cholesterol level. Reference to a study that appeared in a 2005 issue of the periodical "Annals of Internal Medicine"; Comparison of the diet regimen being studied with the ordinary low-fat diet.


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