Study suggests eating whole foods to help limit trans fats

10/5/2008 | Medfinds/Healthnotes Newswire

A study that suggests that people who eat higher levels of trans fats may raise their risk of colorectal cancer underscores the importance of understanding the different types of fats found in food. Experts say you should eat more whole grains and fresh fare, and avoid processed foods, to help reduce trans fat in your diet.

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