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Nightline, "Could Saturated Fat Be Good For You?"

Author of a new health book believes the way people think about fat in food is totally wrong. Americans used to eat 3-to-4 times more red meat than they do today.

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Live with Kelly and Michael, "Kick Start the New Year: Nutrition Edition"

Author of ''The Big Fat Surprise'' Nina Teicholz tells Kelly and Michael about what to eat.

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Good Morning America, ABC News, "'The Big Fat Surprise' Rocks the Health Food World"

The new book that claims a high-fat diet can actually be good for you. 'The big fat surprise' is shaking up everything you've been told about eating healthy.

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Nina Teicholz is the author of the forthcoming book, The Big Fat Surprise (Simon &Schuster 2014), which makes the argument that modern nutrition science, over the past 60 years, has been wrong about dietary fat. She argues that eating fat is essential to good health, and that the saturated fats, as found in meat, cheese, cream and eggs, are the whole fats in whole foods that are essential for good heath.

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Weekends with Alex Witt, MSNBC, "Why You Should Eat Butter"

Alex Witt talks to author Nina Teicholz about her new book, 'The Big Fat Surprise', which tells us that foods like butter, milk and cheese are part of a healthy diet.

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Fox and Friends, Fox News Insider, "Author: Americans Have Been Fed Misinformation About Fatty Foods"

If you've been steadfastly avoiding that big steak or bacon-and-egg breakfast, we have some good news to share with you. It comes from Nina Teicholz, author of the The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat &Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet. Teicholz explained on Fox and Friends that since the 1950s, Americans have been told that saturated fat is bad and will contribute to heart disease.

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Jenna Lee, Fox News Insider, "Interview with Jenna Lee"

Nina Teicholz sits down with Jenna Lee. SCROLL DOWN TO SECOND VIDEO.

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The FIVE, Fox News Insider, "Is Everything We Know About Saturated Fat Wrong?"

FOX News Insider: Is everything we've been told about eating fat wrong? A recent study showed that there’s no good evidence that saturated fats found in foods like butter, cheese or red meat causes heart disease. So is it time to end that bacon strike?

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The Cycle, MSNBC, "The Tastiest Advice You've Ever Heard"

Author Nina Teicholz talks to The Cycle about the research behind her new book about how saturated fats became the enemy.

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Fox Business Video, "Saturated Fats Not Bad for Your Health?"

May. 30, 2014 - 3:40 - ‘The Big Fat Surprise’ author Nina Teicholz argues saturated fats are not bad for a person’s health.

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Yahoo TV, "Interview with Bianna Golodryga"

It’s the jolting headline that will make your taste buds jump for joy. Foods high in cholesterol may not be bad for your heart after all. After years of warning consumers to cut down on cholesterol, found in eggs, shellfish, butter and beef, the nutrition community has come full circle.

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WSJ Opinion TV, "Interview with Mary Kissel"

Author Nina Teicholz on why the nation’s top nutrition advisory panel is reconsidering its warnings about cholesterol-rich foods, low-fat diets and salt. Photo credit: Getty Images.

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Appearance on Varney & Co, "Nestle says goodbye to artificial flavors"

‘Big Fat Surprise’ author Nina Teicholz weighs in on Nestle’s decision to remove artificial flavors from its candies and healthy eating habits.

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Larry Parks Show, "Larry Parks Interviews Nina Teicholz"

In The Big Fat Surprise, investigative journalist Nina Teicholz reveals the unthinkable: that everything we thought we knew about dietary fat is wrong.

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Appearance on The Social, "Nina Teicholz on why fat's not bad for you, but we think it is"

Nina Teicholz wins the award for Most Fitting Book Title Ever: the investigative journalist stopped by The Social to discuss her book The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet. Teicholz dished on the science behind her shocking conclusion that fat has been the victim of a smear campaign: it isn't bad for you, and it won't make you gain weight. Watch the interview above to find out more.

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My Fox NY, "The Big Fat Surprise"

For decades we've been told that saturated fat is bad for us. But a new book called 'The Big Fat Surprise' makes the case that we really need to be eating more meat, cheese, and butter because our obsession with low fat diets is making us sick. Author Nina Teicholz talks about her research.

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Dr. Sapna Parikh, ABC7 Eyewitness News New York, "Are Fatty Foods Really That Bad For You? New Research Says No"

It's often the bad word in food: fat. But new science shows it may not be hurting your health….But now there's a new push to bring back the saturated fat, with the latest headline of Time Magazine telling us to 'eat butter'. As the author of the book, 'The Big Fat Surprise', investigative journalist Nina Teicholz makes the controversial claim that more fat, including saturated fat, leads to better health.

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KETV Omaha (ABC 7), "The Big Fat Surprise"

When you think of fat, you probably don't think 'healthy,' but some said saturated fats are good for you in moderation. 'Fat is not the villain that we thought it once was,' said Terry Shanahan, who eats high saturated fat. -- Video: Doctor says saturated fat in moderation is OK Nina Teicholz, author of “The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet,

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Dr. Mercola, "Interview with Dr. Mercola"

The nutritional myth that saturated fat is bad for you continues to fall apart as a steady stream of new books and studies on this topic hit the media. The latest work to challenge the old dogma is a book called The Big Fat Surprise by journalist Nina Teicholz, interviewed above.

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