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Facts About Fat

Controlling intake of fats is important to everyone, especially people with diabetes.

There are several kinds of fats, including: saturated fats, trans fatty acids, cholesterol, monounsaturated fats, polyunsaturated fats, and omega 3 fatty acids.

For helpful hints on how to eat the "right" fats, and the right amount of fats, read the DRI's brochure "Facts About Fat" in English  or "Hechos Sobre la Grasa" in Spanish.

Cover of the Diabetes Research Institute's brochure, "Facts About Fat."
Read the brochure "Facts About Fat" in English | "Hechos Sobre la Grasa" in Spanish
  • Do you want to learn how to shop for healthier foods? Read about the course offered by the Diabetes Research Institute: "A Trip to the Supermarket".

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