Men's Health

2000–2003

BUZZWORD

GOOD FATS

In April 2001, Men’s Health presented research on a secret nutrient that can help Cardiologists across the country clutched their ventricles, but the science still stands. Good fats—like those found in salmon, nuts, and avocados—can help your heart, control cholesterol, and keep your metabolism humming.

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