Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Healthy to eat fat

Wired magazine says:
Diets too low in fat may be responsible for stubborn bulges on bellies, thighs and butts, according to a new study.

Dieters trying slim down by following extremely low-fat diets may be causing the exact opposite results, according to new research from the Washington University in St. Louis. Eating at least small amounts of dietary fats, such as fish oils, might be a better way to kick-start fat-burning, say researchers.
Fat is an essential part of a healthy diet. Even fat people should eat fat, as the Atkins folks have been correctly saying for years. Don't let anyone tell you that some food is bad just because it has fat in it.

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