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New diet research recommends some saturated fats, less omega-6


New diet research recommends some saturated fats, less omega-6
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New research shows that certain fats might not be as bad for your heart as you may think. "Saturated fats, we are finding, aren't as bad for you as we once thought," said Jennifer Carter, clinical nutrition manager at Winchester Medical Center's

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