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Fat is Not the Enemy A New Perspective on the Pros and Cons Of Oily Foods

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Adapted from The Mood Cure by author Julia Ross, MA Your body is supposed to be full of fat, about 18 percent if you’re a man and 28 percent if you’re a woman. At least 60 percent of your brain should be composed of very particular fatty substances that have to be constantly replaced. The brain and body (including the heart!) require high quality fats to perform very complex tasks. To feel your best, you need to feed regularly on the finest fatty foods. If you’re wondering how any fatty foods could actually be good for anything, you’re about to see a nutritional villain become a hero, so hold...

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