Harvard Heart Letter

Cholesterol: What's diet got to do with it?

For many people, lowering dietary cholesterol alone has little effect on their blood cholesterol level. Limiting saturated fat may help, but only if the missing calories are replaced with unsaturated fats instead of refined carbohydrates.

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