The latest debate regarding the role of saturated fat in heart disease was ignited once again when a large meta-analysis found no evidence that eating saturated fat increases heart attacks or other cardiac events. Could this be true? Can we really slather butter on our toast and melt it on our vegetables with no health consequences? Read over the following articles and see how the media reported the study and what top researchers in the field have to say. What is your reaction to this debate and will it impact your dietary choices? What is your primary fat source?
Butter is Back
We Repeat: Butter is not back
The New Dietary Fat Study: What you will hear and what it really means.