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CONSUMPTION OF FAT IN INDIAN DIET

@inproceedings{Nigam2000CONSUMPTIONOF,
  title={CONSUMPTION OF FAT IN INDIAN DIET},
  author={Anant Gopal Nigam},
  year={2000}
}
Fats are an important constituent of any diet and play an important role in both health and disease. Excessive consumption of fats in diet, especially those derived from animals sources, elevates blood cholesterol, which is then responsible for atherosclersis, leading to cardiovascular and other related disorders. Epidemiologic data has shown that Asians Indians have one of the highest prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus and coronary artery disease, compared to other populations in the world… 

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