What we know about saturated fat and heart disease
It’s one of the best-established medical facts: Lowering your LDL (“bad”) cholesterol cuts your risk of a heart attack. How to do it? Replace bad fats (red meat, cheese, butter, coconut oil, fatty sweets, etc.) with good fats (oil, salad dressing, mayo, nuts, fish, avocado, etc.).
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