An Australian study has shown carbohydrate intake may have a greater impact on cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk in women than saturated fats. The observational study assessed the effect of carbohydrate and saturated fat intake on CVD risk in 9,899 middle-aged Australian women, logging 1,199 CVD incidents and 470 deaths over 15 years. It found higher ...
Carbohydrates, not saturated fats, the key to CVD risk in women
By Natasha Doyle
15 Sep 2021