Study: Oxidized fat molecules increase heart disease risk

07/6/2005 | Forbes

A type of normally harmless fat can increase the risk for heart disease when it combines with oxygen to form molecules called oxidized phospholipids, according to a new study. Researchers say high levels of the molecules can coat blood vessels and are associated with a greater chance of blocked heart arteries.

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