August 2004 Issue
Point-Counterpoint: Experts Debate the Pros and Cons of Saturated Fat
Saturated and trans fats are routinely portrayed as culprits in elevating blood cholesterol levels, thus raising the risk of heart disease and stroke. But not everyone agrees that saturated fats are harmful to your health. EN interviews two eminent scientists who go point-counterpoint on limiting dairy and animal foods.
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