Coverage from U.S. News & World Report, featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett
Coverage from ABCNews.com, featuring HSPH’s David Ludwig
Coverage from Boston.com, featuring HSPH’s Eric Rimm
The Experts: Dr. Walter Willett and Amy Myrdal Miller
We asked Dr. Walter Willett of Harvard School of Public Health and Amy Myrdal Miller, M.S., R.D. of The Culinary Institute of America to explain why it’s time to end the “low fat is best” myth—and to provide ideas for how to use healthy fats in the home kitchen.
- Should I ditch a low-fat diet?
- Are “fat-free” foods healthy?
- Will eating fat make me get fat?
- Can I lose weight on a low-fat diet?
- Are all kinds of fat equally healthy?
- How can I cut back on trans fat?
- Are coconut oil and palm oil healthy?
- Is it okay to eat high-fat fried foods?
- Do I need to watch my percentage of calories from fat?
- What’s better than a low-fat diet?
- Can you share any tips for cooking with healthy fats?
- How can I convince my family to eat healthy fats?
Coverage from The Boston Globe, featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett
Coverage from The New York Times, featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett
Coverage from Harvard Health Blog, featuring HSPH’s Frank Hu and Walter Willett
Coverage from Reuters Health, featuring HSPH’s Dariush Mozaffarian
Coverage from News at HSPH, featuring HSPH’s Juliana Cohen and Eric Rimm
Coverage from Chicago Tribune, featuring HSPH’s Frank Hu