Trans-fat ban made fast food a bit healthier in N.Y.
WASHINGTON – Turns out it's possible to make a fast-food lunch a bit healthier even without skipping the fries.
New York City now has hard evidence that its ban on trans fat in restaurant food made a meaningful dent in people's consumption of the artery clogger and wasn't just replaced with another bad fat.
The findings being published Tuesday have implications beyond heart health, suggesting another strategy to curb the nation's obesity epidemic fueled by a high-calorie, super-sized environment.
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