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Keep eating right, nutritionists say

Experts find new study on low-fat diet misleading

By Alison Arnett
Globe Staff / February 15, 2006

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The diet wars rage on. Results from a $415 million government-funded study released last week did not conclusively find that a low-fat diet lowered older women's risk of cancer or heart disease, causing a flurry of concern. Dieters are wondering if they should throw out their scales and give in to fatty foods or switch to a higher-fat low-carbohydrate regime. ... (Full article: 1187 words)

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