From Examine.com – Original Article The process of saturating a fatty acid does not inherently make it dangerous, and as such saturated fats are not inherently bad. Some may be, just as some unsaturated fats may also be bad, but saturated fats are sometimes called…Read More
Is saturated fat bad for me?
By Ryan Andrews Fats are organic molecules made up of carbon and hydrogen elements joined together in long chains called hydrocarbons. These molecules can be constructed in different ways, which creates different types of fat and their unique properties. The molecular configuration also determines whether…Read More
by HELEN KOLLIAS | May 10th, 2013 For fifty years, scientists told us that too much saturated fat was bad for our hearts, and advised us to switch to polyunsaturated fats instead. Oops. It turns out that polyunsaturated fats are not all equal, and some of them actuallyincrease the…Read More