Saturated fat once again the guilty party

August 1997
Environmental Nutrition;Aug97, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p3
Asserts that the amount of saturated fat is more important to one's blood cholesterol level than the amount of cholesterol in the food eaten. Irresponsibility of abandoning the 300 milligram-a-day guideline for cholesterol; Benefits of limiting dietary cholesterol; Distinction between `low-cholesterol' diet and `cholesterol-lowering' diet.


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