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Consumer advocate: tropical oils are high in saturated fats,

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14. Consumer advocate: tropical oils are high in saturated fats, which increase the risk of heart disease Fortunately, in most prepared food tropical oils can be replaced by healthier alternatives without noticeably affecting taste. Therefore, intensive publicity about the disadvantage of tropical oils will be likely to result in dietary changes that will diminish many peopleâ€™s risk of developing heart disease Nutritionist: The major sources of saturated fat in the average North American diet are meat, poultry, and dairy products, not tropical oils. Thus, focusing attention on the health hazards of tropical oils would be counterproductive, because it would encourage people to believe that more substantial dietary changes are unnecessary.

Which one of the following is a point at issue between the nutritionist and the consumer advocate?

(A) Whether a diet that regularly includes large quantities of tropical oil can increase the risk of heart disease

(B) Whether intensive publicity campaigns can be effective as means of changing peopleâ€™s eating habits

(C) Whether more people in North American would benefit from reducing the amount of meat they consume than would benefit from eliminating tropical oils from their diets.

(D) Whether some peopleâ€™s diets could be made significantly healthier if they replaced all tropical oils with vegetable oils that are significantly lower in saturated fat

(E) Whether conducting a publicity campaign that by focusing on the health hazards of tropical oils persuades people to replace such oils with healthier alternatives is a good public-health strategy.

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25 Aug 2004, 05:24
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14. Consumer advocate: tropical oils are high in saturated fats, which increase the risk of heart disease Fortunately, in most prepared food tropical oils can be replaced by healthier alternatives without noticeably affecting taste. Therefore, intensive publicity about the disadvantage of tropical oils will be likely to result in dietary changes that will diminish many peopleâ€™s risk of developing heart disease Nutritionist: The major sources of saturated fat in the average North American diet are meat, poultry, and dairy products, not tropical oils. Thus, focusing attention on the health hazards of tropical oils would be counterproductive, because it would encourage people to believe that more substantial dietary changes are unnecessary.

Which one of the following is a point at issue between the nutritionist and the consumer advocate?

(A) Whether a diet that regularly includes large quantities of tropical oil can increase the risk of heart disease

(B) Whether intensive publicity campaigns can be effective as means of changing peopleâ€™s eating habits

(C) Whether more people in North American would benefit from reducing the amount of meat they consume than would benefit from eliminating tropical oils from their diets.

(D) Whether some peopleâ€™s diets could be made significantly healthier if they replaced all tropical oils with vegetable oils that are significantly lower in saturated fat

(E) Whether conducting a publicity campaign that by focusing on the health hazards of tropical oils persuades people to replace such oils with healthier alternatives is a good public-health strategy.

Consumer advocate states that the publicity campaign will be effective
Nutritionist states that the publicity campaign will be counterproductive
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25 Aug 2004, 08:25
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Geethu wrote:
14. Consumer advocate: tropical oils are high in saturated fats, which increase the risk of heart disease Fortunately, in most prepared food tropical oils can be replaced by healthier alternatives without noticeably affecting taste. Therefore, intensive publicity about the disadvantage of tropical oils will be likely to result in dietary changes that will diminish many peopleâ€™s risk of developing heart disease Nutritionist: The major sources of saturated fat in the average North American diet are meat, poultry, and dairy products, not tropical oils. Thus, focusing attention on the health hazards of tropical oils would be counterproductive, because it would encourage people to believe that more substantial dietary changes are unnecessary.

Which one of the following is a point at issue between the nutritionist and the consumer advocate?

(A) Whether a diet that regularly includes large quantities of tropical oil can increase the risk of heart disease

(B) Whether intensive publicity campaigns can be effective as means of changing peopleâ€™s eating habits

(C) Whether more people in North American would benefit from reducing the amount of meat they consume than would benefit from eliminating tropical oils from their diets.

(D) Whether some peopleâ€™s diets could be made significantly healthier if they replaced all tropical oils with vegetable oils that are significantly lower in saturated fat

(E) Whether conducting a publicity campaign that by focusing on the health hazards of tropical oils persuades people to replace such oils with healthier alternatives is a good public-health strategy.

Consumer advocate states that the publicity campaign will be effective
Nutritionist states that the publicity campaign will be counterproductive

B says the same too? Anything wrong with it.
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25 Aug 2004, 09:00
The trick with B is that nutritionist agrees that publicity campaign will be effective in changing people's eating habits but disagees that the changing of eating habits will be good
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19 May 2014, 11:50
(E) takes into account both publicity campaign and tropical oil, therefore it is the correct answer.
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