The Lew Rockwell Blog featured this article from Slate.  I like it because it is both a good argument for tempering government public health and nutrition recommendations, the low-fat likes of which seem to go hand in hand with federal subsidies in food production (e.g., huge subsidies for anything corn, the single most destructive component of American processed food) and for the fact that saturated fat, when it constitutes a larger proportion of the diet, seems to be heart healthy, unlike processed carbohydrates.

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