Recent wildly contradictory headlines from the clinical literature question what the public is to believe, how clinical investigators and research funding agencies adjust and conceive hypotheses and study designs, and what health professionals are to recommend to consumers and patients.

The mixed messages include “fat is risky” and “fat is good.” Clearly, the real questions are how do we read the simplistic and sensational headlines and how do we interpret the studies? How do we maintain some mea…

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