Environmental Nutrition (EN)
Volume 42 • Number 3 • March 2019
The “French paradox” is a term that was coined in the 1980s and results from the observation that although French people tend to eat a rich diet, relatively high in saturated fats, they also tend to have a lower incidence of obesity and heart disease. To simplify, they eat fatty foods and don’t seem to…
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