Studies of Dietary Fat and Heart Disease

  title={Studies of Dietary Fat and Heart Disease},
  author={U. Ravnskov and Christian Allen and D. Atrens and M. Enig and B. Groves and J. Kauffman and R. Kroneld and P. J. Rosch and R. Rosenman and L. Werk{\"o} and J. V. Nielsen and J. Wilske and N. Worm},
  pages={1464 - 1465}
  • U. Ravnskov, Christian Allen, +10 authors N. Worm
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine
  • Science
  • In his letter about the article “the soft science of dietary fat” (News Focus, G. Taubes, 30 Mar. 2001, p. [2536][1]), Scott M. Grundy says that saturated fatty acids (SFA) are the main dietary cause of coronary heart disease (CHD) (“Dietary fat: at the heart of the matter,” 3 Aug., p. [801 
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