The Not So Great Fat Debate

Back in March 2010, meta-analysis concluded data from 21 epidemiological studies did not support a causal relationship between saturated fat intake and cardiovascular disease (CVD). The results of this study were quickly dismissed as proof only that epidemiological studies often fail to find real causal connections because they use seriously flawed methods of assessing dietary intake. Never- thele...

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