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    Low Fat Diets Not A Cure-All

    Molly53
    Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:23 pm
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    The low-fat, high-starch diet that was the focus of dietary advice during the 1990s-as reflected by the USDA food guide pyramid-is dying out.

    A growing body of evidence has been pointing to its inadequacy for weight loss or prevention of heart disease and several cancers. The final nail in the coffin comes from an eight-year trial that included almost 49,000 women.

    Although the media have made much of the "disappointing" results from the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) Dietary Modification Trial, it would be a serious mistake to use these new findings as reason to load up on sausage, butter, and deep-fried fast food.


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    Sounds like common sense and a moderate diet trumps nearly everything else, doesn't it?
    cliffordsmith
    Mon Jul 01, 2013 10:21 am
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    That makes sense but the thing is it is necessary for us to take fats in moderation whether it is needed for someone or not.
    This is how i feel may be it can go wrong for someone who doesn't take fats but in limits is the thing.


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