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The Great Fat Debate: Total Fat and Health

Willett discusses on The Great Fat Debate, depicting topics on total fat and health. According to him, to begin to understand The Great Fat Debate it is useful to go back in time to the famous Seven Countries Study, which described the lack of correlation between total fat in the diet as a percentag... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of the American Dietetic Association 2011, Vol.111(5), pp.660,662-660,662
Main Author: Willett, Walter C
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description: Willett discusses on The Great Fat Debate, depicting topics on total fat and health. According to him, to begin to understand The Great Fat Debate it is useful to go back in time to the famous Seven Countries Study, which described the lack of correlation between total fat in the diet as a percentage of calories and rates of cardiovascular disease. For example, regions with 40% of energy from fat have both the highest rate of coronary heart disease and the lowest rates of coronary heart disease. Willett further emphasizes that this was a pretty strong suggestion that fat, per se, was not the issue. As noted, there were additional studies from around the globe that have examined cancer rates; in general there were strong positive correlations with animal fat or with total fat in the diet.
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