Coconut Oil Raises LDL-Cholesterol; is Not a Healthy Choice

A systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical trials recently published in the journal Circulation concluded that coconut oil consumption results in significantly higher LDL (bad) cholesterol than consumption of non-tropical plant oils such as soybean and canola. To a much lesser extent, it also raises HDL (good) cholesterol. Increasing HDL-cholesterol levels has not been shown […]
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