The Annals of Internal Medicine

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    March 18, 2014  

    For decades we have been warned of the artery-clogging dangers of saturated fat, found mainly in meat and dairy products. However, a new analysis of more than 70 studies published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine finds that saturated fat doesn’t necessarily lead to worse heart health. Judy Woodruff discusses the research with chef Cathal Armstrong. Continue reading