Good Fats, Bad Fats

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Allen & Unwin, 1997 - Fat - 176 pages
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A compact, affordable health guide to all the good and bad fats you are likely to encounter, and their potential effects on your health and well-being.

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Fat requirements
Essential fatty acids EFAs
Trans fatty acids
Percentage energy from fat
The disadvantages of fats
Which changes are best?
Dietary fat and diabetes
Fat makes fat
Easy lowfat meal suggestions
Fatfree fats
Other fake fats
Other fat substitutes

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Page 30 - ... the position of the first double bond from the methyl end of the carbon chain.
Page 101 - Men who eat red meat as a main dish five or more times a week have four times the risk of colon cancer of men who eat red meat less than once a month," says Edward Giovannucci of Harvard Medical School.
Page 9 - Your children may be apt to tell you what they think you want to hear, not what they really feel.
Page 89 - AHA's guidelines, which require a serving of meat to contain less than 5 grams of total fat and less than 2 grams of saturated fat. The steaks were later, um, stripped of their certification.
Page 21 - Most triglycerides have a saturated fatty acid at position 1 on the glycerol molecule and an unsaturated fatty acid at position 2.
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About the author (1997)

Rosemary Stanton is Australia's best-known nutritionist. She is the author of more than 20 books, appears frequently on television and radio, and contributes regular columns to many publications. In her consulting business she acts as an advisor to State and Commonwealth government departments, sports associations and teams, advertising and public relations companies, as well as lecturing to students, doctors, nurses and teachers. Rosemary is also the co-author (with Garry Egger) of the best-selling Gutbuster weight loss series of books.

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