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Trans Fat Ban Could Bring Smaller Waistlines ... But At What Cost?

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Most people know trans fats aren't good for you, but sometimes the urge to ignore your health wins out. That will all change if the Food and Drug Administration has its way. Host Michel Martin talks to Dr. Leslie Walker, and NPR's food and agriculture correspondent, Dan Charles, about why the FDA recently decided trans fats aren't safe for human consumption.
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