Saturated Fat Hypothesis: Fact or Fiction

In the 1950’s nutrition scientists proposed that a growing epidemic of heart disease in the USA was related to a high intake of dietary fat (in particular saturated fat). By the 1970’s, elevated levels of components of blood serum called “total cholesterol” and “LDL cholesterol” were found to be linked with increased risk of heart disease.


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