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Fats, Proteins and Carbs

Unsaturated Fat Best for Heart

Solid science backs advice to replace saturated fat with polyunsaturated.

May 2017 — Hoping past news headlines hinting it's OK to load up on butter were right? No such luck. Longstanding advice to eat unsaturated fat in place of saturated fat - also found in high amounts in foods such as fatty meats and mixed dishes like pizza - was recently reinforced by the findings of a large observational study published in The BMJ (British Medical Journal).

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