Avoid Late Night Snacking on Foods Loaded With Vegetable Oils
Give Your Heart a Healthy Valentine This Month and Stay Away from the Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids
For Immediate Release
GLOBAL MEDICINE HUNTER NEWS
Dr. Meg Jordan
SAN FRANCISCO)---A new examination of older research on dietary fats may startle those of you who love to snack on greasy popcorn saturated with vegetable oils (such as, safflower, corn, canola oils known as polyunsaturated fatty acids). You may be better off having some old-fashioned saturated fats, like a bowl of ice cream.
February is National Heart month, and this new meta-analysis of research done decades ago was just released by the British Journal of Medicine. Researchers found that the use of dietary linoleic acid for secondary prevention of coronary heart disease should be roundly questioned.