New research shows saturated fat might not be so bad

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HOUSTON, TX – New research published in an international medical journal is out on saturated fats, and the findings are delicious.  You know how for years we’ve been told the saturated fat in meat, butter and cheese causes heart disease?  Well according to the latest study, that’s a bunch of lard.

You know who we thought would really love this news?  You know besides Paula Deen…people at the rodeo!  Fried cheesecake, fried oreos, fried… just about anything.  And the turkey legs!  This means we can eat as much as we want right? Well people we interviewed at the rodeo had their doubts.  And Dr. Monica Patel at UT Health and Memorial Hermann agrees with them.  Moderation seems to be the key.

While this new research is certainly some sweet news, more research needs to be done before you go changing your diet.  Hmmm, where can we sign up to be a test subject in that lab?

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