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Let us reason together for a moment.
Many people do not take enough fat in their food. The system craves it, but the palate rebels. Such people grow thin and suffer from fat-starvation.
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fat Starvation ?
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But it all depends upon the kind of fat you se st.
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Year Book of the Art Societies
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