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The 2015 US Dietary Guidelines: Lifting the Ban on Total Dietary Fat

Mozaffarian and Ludwig urge the US Department of Agriculture and US Department of Health and Human Services to remove limits on total fat consumption in their 2015 Dietary Guideline to promote consumption of healthful fat. Every 5 years, the US Department of Agriculture and Department of Health and... Full description

Journal Title: JAMA 2015, Vol.313(24), pp.2421-2
Main Author: Mozaffarian, Dariush
Other Authors: Ludwig, David S
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Language: English
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description: Mozaffarian and Ludwig urge the US Department of Agriculture and US Department of Health and Human Services to remove limits on total fat consumption in their 2015 Dietary Guideline to promote consumption of healthful fat. Every 5 years, the US Department of Agriculture and Department of Health and Human Services jointly release the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. These guidelines have far-reaching influences across the food supply, including for schools, government cafeterias, the military, food assistance programs, agricultural production, restaurant recipes, and industry food formulations. An accurate revision of the Dietary Guidelines is crucial to the health of millions of people. Integral to this process is the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) report, just released,1 prepared by appointed scientists who systematically review the literature and provide evidence-based recommendations to the secretaries of Agriculture and Health and Human Services. In the coming months, the secretaries will review the DGAC recommendations; consider comments from the public, academics, advocacy groups, and industry; and finalize the Dietary Guidelines.
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