Diet-heart hypothesis

Diet-heart hypothesis originated in the 1960s, and relates to the role of lipids in diet. It states that a decrease of saturated fat intake and an increase of polyunsaturated fat intake may reduce blood cholesterol and, therefore, decrease the risk of heart disease. It is often confused with the lipid hypothesis. (1)The national diet-heart study. An initial report. Available here.
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1. The national diet-heart study. An initial report. Available here.

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