Research undercuts link between dietary fat, heart disease

03/18/2014 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Cambridge University researchers reported in Annals of Internal Medicine that study data showed consuming higher levels of saturated fat was not linked to higher rates of heart disease and that eating more foods with unsaturated fats did not lead to less heart disease. Dr. Frank Hu of the Harvard School of Public Health said the study does not mean people should eat more fatty foods, and that focusing on just one nutrient group can be misleading because people who cut back on fat tend to eat more carbohydrates, which can have cardiovascular risks.

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