A 40-year standard about what's bad for people to
could be wrong.
Researchers from Cambridge reviewed 72 different studies
that call for restricting saturated fats in order
to prevent heart disease.
The study disputes all of them.
saying there is no link between the fat and increased
risk of heart disease.
over time studies haven't created a convincing argument
that saturated fat cause the growth of bad cholesterol.
That's part of what leads to heart disease.
A local registered dietitian says a healthy diet is
the best way to avoid heart problems.
so you can't just focus on one thing.
Anything we overdo, whether it's good fat or bad fat,
good carbs, bad carbs, will cause weight gain, and
what we know about weight gain is, that is what's
causing issues with increases of heart disease strokes
The dietitian recommends lean meats.
fruits and veggies.
and other real, whole, natural foods.