Study Says Cutting Saturated Fat Doesn’t Reduce Heart Disease Risk
|Study Says Cutting Saturated Fat Doesn’t Reduce Heart Disease Risk||Darrell Miller||06/11/17|
June 11, 2017 04:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Study Says Cutting Saturated Fat Doesn’t Reduce Heart Disease Risk
People link saturated fat to many conditions including heart disease, but according to this study the two aren't linked that closely. If you cut saturated fats out your risk doesn't go down. It would if they were linked. It's important to know what does and doesn't contribute so you can keep your heart healthy. It's one of the most important organs. You might still want to watch your saturated fats but not because of heart disease.
- Saturated fat does not clog the arteries, contrary to popular belief.
- Taking brisk walks, eating "real food", and minimizing stress are key to reduce heart disease risk.
- Best approach to treating heart disease is getting to the root cause: Inflammation
"While doctors have long emphasized lowering LDL cholesterol, the report contended that a high total cholesterol to HDL cholesterol ratio is a more accurate predictor of an elevated risk for heart attack and stroke."
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