USA: Low-fat meal containing Olestra improves blood flow to the heart, new study indicates
A new study shows that eating a meal made with olestra, a fat replacer, can provide significant health benefits to patients with early signs of heart disease. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Nebraska and Alegent Health Bergan Mercy Medical Center in Omaha, demonstrated that eating a low-fat breakfast made with olestra improved study participants' blood flow to the heart compared to participants who ate a high-fat meal.
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