USA: Choosing unsaturated fats like margarine helps reduce the risk of heart disease
Simple dietary changes -- like switching from butter and some other dairy foods that are high in total and saturated fat -- can help women reduce their risk of heart disease by as much as 31 percent. These remarkable findings were published in an epidemiological research paper in a recent issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.
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