A research team from Canada's McMaster University has developed a blood test that can track the fat intake of individuals, and the test could be a valuable tool for setting guidelines based on actual consumption rather than self-reporting. The test detects specific non-esterified fatty acids in the blood, according to the results published in the Journal of Lipid Research.
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