Low-carb diet or low-fat one? Either diet will trigger the body to burn off fat, a new study finds. Mahafreen H. Mistry/NPR hide caption

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You Don't Need To Go Low-Carb To Burn Body Fat, Study Says

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Better With Butter? Here's Why Americans Are Consuming More

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There's new evidence reaffirming that eating foods with fat€” from avocados and salmon to dairy fat€” doesn't make us fat. eyecrave LLC/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Cutting Back On Carbs, Not Fat, May Lead To More Weight Loss

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Nutrition researchers are reaching a new consensus: Cut back on all those refined carbs. And remember that some fat is good. Stacy Spensley/Flickr hide caption

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Rethinking Fat: The Case For Adding Some Into Your Diet

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