Dietary Fats: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly- Eating for Health (and Pleasure): The UCSF Guide to Good Nutrition

Dietary Fats: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly- Eating for Health (and Pleasure): The UCSF Guide to Good Nutrition

First Aired: 8/11/2014

Length: 52 minutes


How to identify and limit your fat intake.
 
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UCSF nutritionist Katie Ferraro explains a healthy person on 2,000 calorie diet per day should strive for 65 grams total fat, less than 20 grams saturated fat, zero grams trans fat and under 200 milligrams of dietary cholesterol. Learn more about each type of fat and how to identify which is in what food.
 
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