Trans Fats Increase Small Dense LDLs

The evidence continues to mount that the trans fatty acids produced when vegetable oils are partially hydrogenated are the most dangerous fats in the American diet. It is now well established that these trans fatty acids raise LDL levels in the body nearly as much as do saturated fatty acids. Elevated LDL has been shown to be the single best predictor of the growth of atherosclerotic plaques o...

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