Fitting in Fats for Health

Cutting back on total fat can reduce the quality of your diet.

Far from just padding our waistlines, fats play important roles in our bodies. Having fat in your diet is important for the absorption of fat-soluble nutrients, including vitamins A, D, E, and K. Specific fats—known as fatty acids—are the foundation for the structure of all cell membranes and are also the starting material for the […]
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