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Health Canada: Canadian diets shouldn't be no fat, but low fat

Following our interview with Nina Tiecholz earlier this week, we hear from Health Canada about what they say we should eat according to the Canada Food Guide, especially when it comes to the amount and types of fat....
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Following our interview with Nina Tiecholz earlier this week, we hear from Health Canada about what they say we should eat according to the Canada Food Guide, especially when it comes to the amount and types of fat.

Hasan Hutchinson is the Director General of the Office of Nutrition Policy and Promotion at Health Canada. He joined us from Ottawa

What do you think? Do you believe in a low fat diet? Or are saturated fats not as bad as they're made out to be?

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This segment was produced by The Current's Ines Colabrese.

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