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Heart Disease and Diabetes Risks Tied to Carbs, Not Fat, Study Finds

Is the pendulum swinging back? In what seems contrary to mainstream dietary advice, a small new study shows that doubling the saturated fat in a person's diet does not drive up the levels of saturated fat in the blood.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

It’s the levels of inflammation (especially in the hypothalamus) that is the problem with high-fat diets. What you need to reduce heart disease is a balanced, non-ketogenic, low-carb diet. That’s what an anti-inflammatory diet is.

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