The Truth About Saturated Fats and Heart Disease

Posted: August 20, 2016

I know you are tired of conflicting information, and you want the truth about saturated fats and heart disease. You’ve no doubt noticed that for about the last 60 years, the majority of health care officials & the media have been telling you saturated fats are bad for your health and lead to all kinds of negative consequences, like elevated cholesterol, obesity, heart disease and Alzheimer’s… 

Meanwhile during this same 60 years the American levels of heart disease, obesity, elevated serum cholesterol, and Alzheimer’s have skyrocketed compared to our ancestors, and even compared to modern-day primitive societies using saturated fat as a dietary staple. 
Did you know that multiple studies on Pacific Island populations, who get 30-60% of their total calories from fully saturated coconut oil, have all shown nearly non-existent rates of cardiovascular disease? 
Clearly, there’s a lot of conflicting messages on the subject of saturated fats, even among health care professionals..

So what’s the truth? ==> The Truth About Saturated Fats, and Heart Disease

Check out this brand new article from Dr. Brenda Walding, DPT and get the facts about fat

 To Your Health, 

Dawn S.

* 1 Kaunitz H, Dayrit CS. Coconut oil consumption and coronary heart disease. Philippine Journal of Internal Medicine, 1992;30:165-171. —

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