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Question by iris
Submitted on 5/5/2004
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what kind of fats are unharmful for health

Answer by philocrates
Submitted on 1/13/2006
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That depends on your philosophy and which facts you choose to believe.  Ornish says all fats are bad because a fat is a fat is a fat, McDougall says there are healthy fats and they are monounsaturated.  Mayo clinic will say you have have monounsaturated and polyunsaturated and that is healthy.  

What this means is start reading and researching not depending on one person to give you a pat answer of this is good or bad.  Then after having gathered your facts, make your decision for you.


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