Research News

August 1997 Issue

Saturated Fat Once Again the Guilty Party

The doctor says your blood cholesterol level is high. You should immediately cut out all high-cholesterol foods, especially your beloved eggs, right? Wrong. According to the latest and most impressive in a growing number of studies, the amount of saturated fat you eat is far more important to your blood cholesterol level than how much cholesterol is in the food you eat. The research (admittedly funded by the American Egg Board) pooled the

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