The last few decades have brought with them the news that we’re supposed to avoid adding saturated fats to our diets. Recent science though, tells another story.
The aforementioned study, from the Annals of Internal Medicine, highlights the research that is paving the way for this breakthrough in our understanding of saturated fat and its relationship to heart health. In the above video I’ll break down the results of that study, so we can understand why it is that high levels of saturated fat intake have absolutely nothing to do with risk for coronary artery disease. Watch this video while enjoying a kale omelet, and you’ll be doing right by your heart, brain, and general health as well.