Butter may not be bad for you – new study challenges widely held claim

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Butter may not be bad for you – new study challenges widely held claim

The researchers contest that when people eliminate unsaturated fats from their diet, they need to eat more products high in polyunsaturated fats to

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The researchers contest that when people eliminate unsaturated fats from their diet, they need to eat more products high in polyunsaturated fats to reap the same benefits that come from having a smaller amount of saturated fats.

These substitutes include sunflower oil, walnuts, and fish.

The Norwegian team discovered some saturated fats are naturally present in a wide variety of foods, including breast milk.

The scientists claim that people with high cholesterol who suffer cardiovascular disease may actually have low-grade inflammation and insulin resistance.



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