saturated fat

Two slices of bacon contains 70 calories and 2 grams of saturated fat. So ... is that OK or not?
A nutritionist explains just how much you should eat for optimal health.
A Harvard professor recently went on a rant against coconut oil that's got everyone spooked. Don't fret just yet.
I know, you keep hearing conflicting reports about saturated fat and health outcomes. So do I. Most recently, just a few
The low-fat craze has ebbed somewhat in recent years as other nutrients -- primarily carbohydrates and, in particular, sugars -- have become the new villains of the diet scene. But many foods are still marketed with the claim that they are "fat free" or "low fat."
Instead of focusing on what not to eat, this study is about encouraging foods we should eat.
As long as you eat mostly whole foods, mostly plants, you won't need to pick a lesser evil.
The current guidelines recommend that Americans consume a "healthy eating pattern" consisting of more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains and limiting added sugar, salt and saturated fat.
We know more about health than we did in the '90s. Why haven’t nutrition labels caught up?
Although some media reports have recently promoted an "anything goes" attitude when it comes to meats, dairy products, and "bad" fats in general, it is important to remember that these products are as risky as they ever were.