Replacing Saturated Fat with Mediterranean Diet Foods Lowers Heart Risk

A Harvard study found that the exchange of one percent of the saturated fat in a diet with healthful food can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Sometimes small improvements in the diet can lead to a significant boost in health. New research from Harvard University finds exchanging one percent of daily saturated fat intake with foods from the Mediterranean diet (MedDiet) can lead to a 6- to 12-percent reduction in cardiovascular risk.

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