Good vs Bad Fat - pt 1 - the comment

Part One - the comment that prompted it all

Dr Steve Parker left this comment on the last post

Thanks for the link to the fat intake calculator. I couldn't tell what assumptions underlie the calculator. Humans can be healthy over a wide range of fat intakes, from 10 to 50% (or more?)of total calories. More important is probably the quality of fats ingested, i.e., saturated, monounsaturated, omega-3s, etc. There's no justification for the low-fat diet recommendations made to the general public by various authorities between 1970 and 2000.-Steve

Which is so very salient; therefore, I'm making a series of posts out of it. Thanks, doctor.

View the whole series on good and bad fats here.