Who said you can't have your beer, butter, eggs, and potatoes-and eat them, too?
By: K. Aleisha Fetters
Bad foods are back!
Food is a lot like fashion. One season we're swearing off don'ts like Canadian tuxedos, the next season we can't get enough of denim-on-denim. And fortunately for men who want to sport super-svelte bodies under their clothes, new research shows these once-blacklisted foods deserve a spot back on your plate.
Thanks to the backlash against trans-fatty margarine, Americans are eating more butter than they have at any other time in the last 40 years, per recent info from the American Butter Institute. It's perfect timing, as a new meta-analysis of nearly 80 studies (on over half a million people) on fat consumption found that eating more saturated fat doesn't increase your risk of heart disease. Plus, saturated fat is actually better than carbs at raising levels of good cholesterol and lowering levels of triglycerides (fat deposits in the blood). Opt forRead More »from Bad Foods Are Back: Butter, Beer, and More "Unhealthy" Foods that Are Back on the Diet Menu