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Unhealthy fats are not as unhealthy as we though

by Otis Day

Don't bother avoiding ‘unhealthy’ fat to prevent heart disease.

Scientists have found no evidence of a link with heart problems.

The study also found that the so-called healthy fats, such as sunflower oil, had no general effect on the risk of heart disease.

However, a dairy fat called margaric acid ‘significantly reduced’ risk and two types of omega-3 fatty acid found in oily fish were linked to a lower risk of heart disease. 

** Fish oil supplements appeared to have no benefit. 

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