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Food / Trans Fat Ban / Smith Interview #853034

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Dec 10, 2006
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Report introduced.

(New York: Mary Snow) New York City’s ban on trans fats in restaurants featured; details given of the response of some chain restaurants. [National Restaurant Assn. Sheila WEISS†- opposes a municipal health agency banning a product approved by the FDA.] [Dietitian Cathy NONAS†- says trans fats are bad for your health.] [Yum! Brands, Inc. Jonathan BLUM†- comments on finding a substitute oil for KFC.]

(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Earlier interview held with “The Fat Smash Diet” author Dr. Ian Smith† about the dangers of trans fats. [From Los Angeles, SMITH – notes trans fats link to cholesterol levels and the potential for causing heart disease; comments on American vs. European eating styles; says we need to do less chemical processing.]

Reporter(s):
Sanchez, Rick;
Snow, Mary
Duration:
00:05:20

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