Considered by who? Not by anyone I care to consider following.http://www.livestrong.com/article/300304-what-is-the-definit..."There is no formal definition for a high-fat diet, but diets that are high in fat content typically derive at least 50 percent of total calories from fat nutrients. Based on a 2,000 calorie diet, this is equivalent to at least 111 g of fat. By comparison, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the AAFP, states that the typical American diet gets 35 percent of its calories, or 85 g, from dietary fat."I am not the only one who defines a high *****diet in that way.Subtract non digestible carbs before doing your calculation if you wish.But the math is the same.Bryan
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