Some retailers say health concerns play a small role in the demand for olive oils, but promoting the heart-healthy benefits of monounsaturated oils, such as olive and canola, can't hurt.
Researchers at Brigham & Women's Hospital, Boston, recently completed the first leg of a study comparing two diets: one a low-fat plan in which 20% of the calories came from fat; the other a plan that allowed 35% of the calories from fat. In the second group, however, the fat came mostly from olive and ...
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