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October 2013 Issue

The Saturated Fat Controversy

Who hasn’t heard the term “artery-clogging fat” in reference to saturated fat? Indeed, dietary saturated fat consumption is tied to unfavorable blood cholesterol, a risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD). But recent evidence questions the hypothesis that saturated fat is bad for your heart. EN weighs in on the controversy.

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