High-fat, high-carb meals may heighten oxidative stress

12/31/2007 | Yahoo!

A high-fat and high-carb quickservice meal may result in greater and prolonged inflammation and oxidative stress among obese people than in normal-weight people, a new study found. A different study showed a high-fruit, high-fiber meal with the same calorie content as the quickservice meal used in the study did not increase inflammation and oxidative stress.

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