Ja, hur är det med att äta mättat fett när man redan har haft en hjärhändelst?
Ingen rök utan eld och kanske man borde ta det säkra före det osäkra?
Menar.. hur tryggt verkar det att äta en massa "arterycloggingsaturatedfat"!!
Som väl är så har några Norrmän kikat på den saken.. tack Norge!
Det har ingen påverkan!
"There were some quite interesting findings at baseline. For example, patients with a higher intake of saturated fats were less likely to have a history of heart attack, prior coronary artery bypass surgery or to have triple heart disease (blockages of all three main coronary arteries) at baseline.
Increased intake of saturated fatty acids corresponded to an increased intake of both total energy and total fat. Participants with the highest saturated fatty acid intake also had higher consumption of mono-and polyunsaturated fat and dietary cholesterol."
"There were no significant associations between the intake of saturated fatty acids and coronary events or death from any cause. In other words, patients with high intake of saturated fats did not do worse than those with lower intake of saturated fatty acids. This was true also after multivariate adjustments for possible confounding factors."
"Now, a recently published Norwegian study shows that dietary intake of saturated fatty acids was not associated with risk of future events or death among patients with established coronary artery disease.
It is important to keep in mind that most of the patients were receiving secondary prevention drug therapy including aspirin, beta blockers and statins.
Anyhow, the results of the study certainly suggest that high intake of saturated fats is not a risk factor among patients with coronary heart disease receiving modern-day treatment.
These recent scientific data don’t imply hat we should urge our patients to consume high amounts of saturated fats. They only tell us that there is no association and accordingly, restriction won’t help.
So, it’s certainly a lifeline for those who believe red meat, whole-fat milk, cheese, cream, butter and eggs can be a part of a healthy diet."