Saturated fat is less healthful than unsaturated or polyunsaturated
. Doctors link too much saturated fat with cardiovascular disease.
While physicians and health practitioners advise substituting monounsaturated and polyunsaturated
fats with food that contains saturated and trans fat, it is still not that easy to eat"clean" all the time.
This may be attributable to long-chain polyunsaturated
fatty acids within fish, but also due to other nutrients like vitamin D and E, which are also important for development," said Laitinen.
FATS These are found in the greatest amounts in corn, soybean, and cottonseed oils; walnuts, pine nuts; and sesame, pumpkin, and flax seeds.
"Our study shows the importance of eliminating trans fat and replacing saturated fat with unsaturated fats, including both omega-6 and omega-3 polyunsaturated
In a study published April 12,2016 in BMJ, researchers re-examined un-published data from an earlier clinical trial that had compared the health outcomes of more than 9,000 participants, half of whom consumed a normal American diet high in saturated fats, and the other half a diet rich in polyunsaturated
Oils rich in polyunsaturated
lipids contribute vitamin E to the diet, an antioxidant vitamin which many of us need more of.
Beta coefficients diminished 15-30% after adjustment for mercury or long-chain polyunsaturated
fatty acid concentrations.
The results of a series of experiments threaten to turn on its head official advice that oils rich in polyunsaturated
fats - such as corn oil and sunflower oil - are better for the health than the saturated fats in animal products.
Switching from butter to polyunsaturated
or monounsaturated spreads can help lower your cholesterol
For instance, -3 polyunsaturated
fatty acids and a number of polyphenolic phytochemicals have been shown to be effective against inflammation in animal and cell models.
The meta-analysis reported that people had the same risk of heart disease whether they ate a diet high in saturated fat (in meat, dairy, and tropical oils) or one high in polyunsaturated
fats (in foods like soybean oil, mayo, salad dressing, and fish).