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Can someone stick to a low-cholesterol diet and still successfully gain weight?

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Dr. Diana Metzger
32 years experience
Yes: Weight gain comes from increased calories which are found in all foods - fat, carbohydrate, and protein sources. Limiting one (fat) does not mean that excess calories are not consumed in other 2.
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