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Butter’s Bad Reputation Undeserved? (New Analysis)

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Another new review of the scientific literature finds that saturated fat (like butter) has an undeserved bad reputation. There’s no reason to fear fat anymore, according to Andreas Eenfeldt, MD.

The Study finds the following:

Saturated fats per se may not be responsible for many of the adverse health effects with which they have been associated; instead, oxidation of PUFAs in those foods may be the cause of any associations that have been found. Consequently, the dietary recommendations to restrict saturated fats in the diet should be revised to reflect differences in handling before consumption, e.g., dairy fats are generally not heated to high temperatures. It is time to reevaluate the dietary recommendations that focus on lowering serum cholesterol and to use a more holistic approach to dietary policy. (source)

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