Good Fat, Bad FatPaperback - 1995
The book Anne Lindsay called "a must for anyone who wants to know about dietary fat and healthy eating."
Lambert-Lagace and Laflamme explore all aspects of the fat and cholesterol saga from analyzing food labels to charting good fat and bad fat menus, including what to eat when you're dining out. Comprehensive charts summarize the various oils, butters and margarines on the market today, with tips for culinary use and proper storage.
Written in an engaging easy-to read style, this handbook makes a complicated subject accessible to all.