While research will talk about getting the "full benefit" or the best absorption doesn't mean that you aren't getting any absorption. Absorption is influenced from a variety of things like what foods you eat together but also any other medical conditions or medications you take. It really isn't an all or nothing situation.
Being conscious of your dietary fat intake is definitely a good thing, especially when you're trying to reduce your risk of heart disease or lose weight. But if you take it too far, you could be putting your health in jeopardy. This article written by an Registered Dietitian will explain more.
6 Risks of Eating a Low-Fat Diet
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