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Ideal Dietary Approach and Preference for High-Fat Food in Animals

The phenomenon of animals preferring high-fat foods has been accepted as natural behaviour. Animals are equipped with fat not only for energy storage, but also for regulation of body temperature and as a source of many hormones. It is reasonable that animals eat and store fat based on physiological demands. On the other hand, eating an excessive amount of fat causes many metabolic diseases such as type II diabetes, atherosclerosis, and cardiovascular disease.

Author(s): Tejaswi Yadav

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