These Recommendations Say You Shouldn't Worry About Eating That Steak
The guidelines have started a fierce debate among public health workers in the U.K.By Ryan Biek | May 23, 2016
How much fat is OK to eat? A new report urging people to eat food in "its natural form, however much saturated fat it contains" has sparked a fierce debate among British public health workers.
The U.K. has officially promoted low-fat diets since 1983.
People have been told to watch out for saturated fat, which can be found in foods like beef, pork, butter and cheese.