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eWellness: Carbohydrates as substitute to saturated fats not the answer
Dr KK Aggarwal,  12 June 2019
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More than 20 prospective studies have addressed components of diet and the risk of heart disease.The type of fat consumed appears to be more important than the amount of total fat.Trans fatty acids increase the risk of heart disease while polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats decrease the risk.There is a controversy about whether it is optimal to substitute saturated fats with carbohydrates. A
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