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Study challenges WHO advice to cut saturated fat intake

Warning WHO recommendations might reduce intake of foods key to disease prevention

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World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations to reduce the intake of total saturated fat and replace it with unsaturated fat might cause a reduction in the intake of nutrient dense foods that are important for preventing disease and improving health, according to a study published in The BMJ July 4.


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