Food and nutrients - Fats

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High-fat diet harms rat bone health

Adult bone health may be affected by poor maternal nutrition...

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How much saturated fat is in that biscuit?

The range of biscuits in the supermarket is vast. Chocolate,...

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The facts on fat

Fat is a hotly debated topic right now, and a...

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Chewing the fat

With supporters of popular diets such as Paleo and LCHF...

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The fats that love us back

Nutrition advice has moved on from ‘eat low fat’ to...

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Time to focus on food

I’ve had a lot of conversations about fat recently. That’s partly...

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Can fat make you thin?

Diet is never far from the headlines. In particular, our...

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Ask the experts: Palm oil

Economically and technically, palm oil is a useful oil in...

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Ask Niki: Healthy sausages

Q: “Do healthy sausages exist? Does pricking and pre-cooking sausages...

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Ask the experts: Trans fats

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr answers your questions about trans...

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Ask the experts: Hydrogenated fat

Q: "I recall listening to an American cardiologist on television...

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Ask the experts: Boiling mince

Q: "I've just read that boiling mince in water and...

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Ask the experts: Cheese and trans fat

Q: "I have been happily making more vegetarian meals, which...

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Ask the experts: Kebabs

Q: "Lately we have been eating kebabs as a healthy...

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Ask the experts: Raw nuts

Q: "I've been hearing a lot about eating raw nuts...

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Ask the experts: Sugar and fat

Senior nutritionist Rose Carr answers your questions about sugar and...

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Ask the experts: Saturated fat and heart disease

Q: "I've heard people say there's no evidence that saturated...

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The truth about fat

Fat is something we’re hard-wired to enjoy. Natalie Filatoff and...
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