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November 2004 Issue

Fat-Free Salad Dressing May Not Be Best After All

If you eat your salads fat-free, you may be shortchanging yourself of vital nutrients. Recent research confirms that some fat is needed to absorb the health-promoting carotenoids found in plant foods. How much fat, however, still needs to be determined.

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