Saturated fat doesn’t increase heart risk

Saturated fat doesn’t increase heart risk

A new study reinforces that saturated fat not harmful in the context of a low-carb diet. In fact, a low carb diet with 21% of calories from saturated fat can reduced cardiovascular risk. Let’s get into the details of this fascinating study.

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Table of content:
0:00 Introduction
0:53 Setup of the study
3:29 LDL changes in the trial
5:50 Lp(a) is reduced by low carb?
6:56 Saturated fat is not the concern
8:33 About saturated fat on a low-carb diet

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