Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 10th, 2000
Since patients are often advised to lower their saturated fat intake by eating carbohydrates instead, P. Marckmann and colleagues from the Royal Veterinary & Agriculture University in Frederiksberg, Denmark, designed a study to see if starches and sucrose (primary sources of carbohydrates) have similar cardiovascular effects when substituted ad libitum for saturated fat.
The results of this study were published in Metabolism - Clinical and Experimental ("Ad...
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