The meatless meal

Sandroff, Ronni
February 2001
Consumer Reports on Health;Feb2001, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p2
Comments on growing trend towards lowered intake of high-fat meat amidst concerns over the dangers of high levels of fat and cholesterol in the diet.


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