For years now we have been led to believe that saturated fats (those found in butter, cheese and red meat) contribute to the clogging of our arteries, and therefore should be avoided. Click here to see the American Heart Association’s guidelines. Yet, just two months ago (in March) a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine journal concluded otherwise – “Saturated fat does not cause heart disease.” Click here to read the results of the study.
Tell us what you think. Is there a link between saturated fat and heart disease?