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Americans as a whole consume a high fat diet. Both heart disease and obesity have been associated with high fat intake. There is not sufficient evidence to state that everyone should consume a low fat diet (ie, less than 30% of calories), but a diet containing less fat than the typical American diet is probably not harmful. This is especially true for the elderly since their energy needs are decreased, but not the need for other nutrients. Nutritional needs are met better by proteincontaining foods or complex carbohydrates rather than fat.