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Got milk? For decades, dairy industry advertisements have convinced Americans that cow’s milk is an appropriate—and even essential—food for humans. Americans have been led to believe that cow’s milk is necessary for healthy, strong bones. As it turns out, dairy products may have the opposite effect.

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Cheeseburgers have a bad reputation when it comes to saturated fats. But burgers aren’t the only saturated fat culprit — to help you make more sound choices, here are just a few offending meals from popular restaurants.

Via The Huffington Post

Though your genes determine how much cholesterol your body produces naturally, your diet plays a role too. If you’re worried about your cholesterol, aim to eat less saturated fat (found in red meats, butter and full-fat milk and other dairy) and more fruits and vegetables.

Via The Huffington Post

Though your genes determine how much cholesterol your body produces naturally, your diet plays a role too.

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