The impact of replacing saturated fat with other nutrients

The authors of reference 2 make some additional points:

These results strengthen the previous conclusion, that reduction of saturated fat by substitution of carbohydrates is not conducive to optimal heart health. Substitution of monounsaturated fats in place of saturated fats increases the total to HDL cholesterol ratio, and this in turn, is a healthy result. (For more details, please click here).

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