The Olive Oil Debate

Most researchers and health professionals now recognize that LDL or “bad cholesterol” plays the major role in promoting coronary artery disease (CAD) and also a major role for strokes. There is general agreement that saturated fat, cholesterol and trans-fatty acids should be reduced in the diet in order to lower LDL and reduce CAD. But what should replace those “bad” fats? This is where ag...

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