Wieviel Fett soll ich essen? – TWUP #56

Wolfgang beantwortet die wichtige Frage „Wieviel Fett soll ich essen?“.

Und klärt einige der häufigsten Mythen rund um Fett wie „Fett macht fett“, „Butter und andere gesättigte Fette sind ungesund“ und „Omega 3 sind wichtig und gesund“ auf.

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