Nutrition Science Flip Flops--Untangling the Confusion Behind the Science

Palmer, Sharon
August 2009
Environmental Nutrition;Aug2009, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p3
The article reports on the development of theory regarding nutrition science. It notes that avocados and nuts have become good sources for healthy fats. It mentions that red wine proves to be good for the heart and chocolate has its nutritional benefits as well. It considers monounsaturated fats and fish oil as good sources for fats.


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