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Arnold is 56 years old and considers himself to be in good health. He has a family history of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. He recently had a routine physical exam. He was told that his blood pressure was 130/85, his total cholesterol was 8 mmol/L (LDL was 7 and HDL was 1), and his glucose levels were normal. Arnold was also informed that his weight of 190 pounds made him about 10 pounds overweight. Arnold's physician will likely suggest that Arnold make all of the following lifestyle changes, EXCEPT
A) increasing trans fat intake.
B) increasing physical activity.
C) increasing viscous (soluble) fiber intake.
D) decreasing saturated fat intake.