High Fat Diet Endotoxemia

As evidence continues to mount indicating that inflammatory substances in the blood promote plaque growth, rupture clot formation and appear to predict the risk of heart attacks, as well as elevate LDL levels, serious questions are being raised about the benefits of so-called “good fats”. A single high-fat meal has been shown to impair blood flow in part because of acute damage to the inside “skin...

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