low-fat diet

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Noun1.low-fat diet - a diet containing limited amounts of fat and stressing foods high in carbohydrates; used in treatment of some gallbladder conditions
diet - a prescribed selection of foods
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Low Fat: A low fat diet is structured around consuming low amounts of fat with more of your calories coming from protein and carbohydrates.
Published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, the research found that healthy, overweight and obese men and women who followed a moderate fat diet that included one fresh avocado daily had significantly improved bad cholesterol to good cholesterol ratios compared to when eating a similar moderate fat or low fat diet without avocados.
According to new research published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, a moderate fat diet that includes one fresh avocado daily showed greater improvement in certain blood lipid markers when compared to an energy matched moderate fat diet without avocado or a low fat diet without avocado.
ISLAMABAD -- Low-carbohydrates diet helps more in reducing weight and cardiovascular risk than the low fat diet, a new study has revealed.
A further 35 people developed dementia: 12 on the added olive oil diet; six on the added nut diet; and 17 on the low fat diet.
Dolphins at a Japanese aquarium are on a low fat diet after developing pot bellies and failing to look sharp in their aquatic performances.
No single company profits from the benefits of a low fat diet, and none of the many companies that made lots of money selling low fat products was willing to do a long-term study on breast cancer prevention.
After 12 weeks, serum levels of HDL cholesterol rose by an average of 14% from baseline in the patients on the low-carbohydrate diet, compared with an average 3% drop among those on the low fat diet, said Ms.
Is a low fat diet the best choice for long term health?