How Many Aggies Does It Take To Discover Brisket Fat Is Good For You?

Just one apparently!

“Aggie graduate student Stacey Turk’s master’s thesis shows that fat from brisket contains significant amounts of oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid that can promote good cholesterol in people.”

Gig’em!

Link to article: Aggie finds healthy fatty acid in brisket

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2 Responses to “How Many Aggies Does It Take To Discover Brisket Fat Is Good For You?”

  1. Margie Says:

    I love it! This supports my theory that “they” will change their minds about everything they say is bad for you.

  2. Hooray for Smoked BBQ — SmokinTex.com Blog Says:

    […] I’ve always known that BBQ was not the healthiest of meal options, but does a well smoked brisket cause cancer? This required some […]


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