According to a survey conducted for the American Heart Association, even though consumers have become more aware of trans fats, fewer than half of Americans know that the "better" fats (monounsaturated and polyunsaturated) can help reduce their risk of heart disease.To begin learning more about fat facts and eating sensibly, go to any of the links on this page. You can also browse our heart-healthy recipes.
|Fats 101 |
Do you know everything you need to know to make healthy fat choices? Take our crash course on fats.
|Meet the Fats |
It's time to meet the fats. Some are bad, Some are better.
|The Dish with Dr. Eckel |
Dr. Bob Eckel, a past president of the American Heart Association, shares some of the latest information on the world of dietary fats.
|Restaurant Resources |
Check out these resources for help in minimizing trans fats in your restaurant. Keep your customers satisfied and heart-healthy