“The phrase ‘low-fat’ is scientifically meaningless, and, can be very misleading and confusing.” – Walter Willet, M.D., DrPH.
If you have a diet which is relatively low in fat, but, you eat trans fats, you’re stepping on the path towards a heart attack.
If you have a diet which is relatively high in fat, but, those are mono-saturated fats, you might be quite healthy, and, possibly even be reducing your risk of a heart attack.
*Note: This does not mean go out eat 75 avocados per day. You need balance & common sense.
Don’t look at what someone tells you about your food. Look at what is in your food, and learn what it does to you.