Low-fat diets don't lower cholesterol, study finds

03/19/2010 | HealthDay News

Researchers say a low-fat diet has virtually no effect on cholesterol levels, though it can aid weight loss. Study author Barbara V. Howard said a low-fat diet doesn't "do any of the adverse things that high-fat people have claimed," such as raise triglycerides or lower HDL cholesterol.

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