Trimming the fat for good

May 1993
Environmental Nutrition;May93, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p8
Suggests ways of cutting back on fat. Substituting specially processed low-fat foods; Buying low-fat meats; Avoiding fats as flavorings.


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