Health effects of butter intake

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During the 1960's, butter intake was very high in the american population. Outline the health effects this had on the population and compare it to today's statistics. Were people healthier or unhealthier as a result? Discuss your findings.

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Carnegie Mellon University

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Running head: BUTTER INTAKE HEALTH EFFECTS

Americans used to consume up to 16 pounds of butter per year in the first half of the
20th Century. It is only after the World War II that the consumption of butter started reducing
due to the rationing that took place. Producers and consumers of butter then began producing
and using margarine as a substitute for butter since it wa...

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Awesome! Exactly what I wanted.

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