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Europeans eat less trans fats than Americans

Sep 27, 2004
Europeans eat less of the most dangerous, cholesterol-raising fats than Americans do and the amount is decreasing, according to a report released September 2 by the European Food Safety Authority, reports the Associated Press. Scientists at the European Food Safety Authority declined to say whether the EU should follow the U.S.' lead and require special labels on margarine, chips, cookies, fries, and other potential sources of trans fatty ac...

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