8/29/2014

Teens who consumed between 33.6% and 41.4% of total calories from fat had 2% to 7% more belly fat than peers who ate the least amount of fat, according to a Spanish study in the journal Clinical Nutrition. Intake of more than 41.4% of total calories from fat was associated with 38% to 42% more belly fat compared with teens who ate less than 33.6% of total calories from fat.

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