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Saturated fats appears to be responsible for making blood cholesterol levels higher which results in greater trouble.
For years, dieticians and health officials thought that vegetable oils are believed to be good for the heart since they contain polyunsaturated fatty acids though to help lower the cholesterol level.
Increasing saturated fat intake by two or even three times did not lead to an increase in saturated fat measured in the blood, a new study reported.
A new review concluded that poor diets can hurt children's mental health.
According to a new study, polyunsaturated oil is a healthier option than saturated oil.
When consumed in moderation, coconut oil can be healthy.
A new study reported that eating at fast food and full-service restaurants is tied to increased calorie intake.
A new study found that improving diet alone can reduce risk of type 2 diabetes.
The USDA's latest analysis reported that Americans are consuming fewer calories.
The watchdog group, the Center for Science in the Public Interest, named Long John Silver's "Big Catch" meal as the worst meal in America.
Researchers found that people who consumed red meat frequently were at a higher risk of developing type two diabetes.
Though Subway is marketed as a healthy fast food option, adolescents ate virtually the same amount of calories as they did at McDonald's, one study found.
Giving up saturated animal fats like butter and margarine to accommodate the more "healthier" vegetable oils in diet may not be as healthy as considered. A new study has found that these vegetable oils are linked to an increased risk of death in people who already have a heart-related disease.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.