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Dr. Mark Hyman talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about his newest book, Eat Fat, Get Thin The Cookbook and reveals which fatty foods are actually really healthy for you.

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“It’s planning. People need to learn how to cook and eat. If you learn simple cooling techniques…you can eat so good. There are 175 recipes of foods you thought you couldn’t eat.”

What are the good fats to eat?

“Avocados, nuts, seeds, pecans, coconut oil, grass-fed butter and meats.”

Click the link above to hear the entire interview.

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