Saturated Fat Meal Damages Arteries

More than 25 years ago, Dr. Zilversmit proposed that atherosclerosis may be caused in large part by changes in blood lipids that last for several hours after each fat- and cholesterol-rich meal. He suggested that simply relying on fasting blood lipid levels may not be the best way to predict the impact of diet on atherosclerosis.1 Growing evidence suggests Dr. Zilversmit’s hypothesis may be ...

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