Interesting. Actually they do point out that vegetable fats are primarily nuts and olive oil. No shocker that these are healthy....and a big part of my primal diet BTW. They freely admit that..."Because how animals are fed and how meats are cooked may both affect cancer risks associated with eating animal fats, Freedland said, "It becomes difficult to say, ‘Animals are bad; vegetables are good.' It's not that simple." So there is that. Refreshing to see this actually put out there as a confounding factor by the scientist themselves. Looks like they are catching on.
He says two things I can get behind:
"He recommends that men with prostate cancer cut out simple sugars and processed foods, as that is one of the easiest ways to get to a healthy weight. But not all fat should go."
"I think there's enough established benefit that you're not going to do any harm by adding nuts or olive oil,"
I agree with both those observations, and with their own understanding that not all animal fat is created equal I think its a pretty balanced write up all in all.