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Dutch Get it Right and Recognize Saturated Fat is Not a Problem

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  • New research from the Netherlands shows dietary intake of saturated fatty acids is associated with a modest increase in total cholesterol -- but not with heart disease
  • New research shows that replacing dietary saturated fats with carbohydrates IS associated with an increase in heart disease risk
  • Saturated fats are good for you; your body cannot function without them and studies that claim they cause heart disease are based on flawed data
  • To reduce your risk of numerous chronic disease, buck the incorrect dietary dogma that saturated fats are bad for you; instead, increase your intake of healthy fats (including saturated) and reduce your intake of carbohydrates (grains, sugar and fructose)

By Dr. Mercola

A new study from the Netherlands has aroused a great deal of interest, especially as it comes immediately in the wake of an ill-conceived Danish tax that unfairly targets saturated fats.


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