Heart attack rates increase during the holiday season, but now more than 900,000 EmpowHer readers are reassured that consuming healthy fats won’t contribute to their heart disease risk factors. The women’s health and wellness digital magazine ran an article by Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS which led by saying, “A new 12-month human clinical study involving 577 participants conducted in Malaysia reveals we aren’t doing our hearts any favors by eating a high-carb diet. And while that high-carb diet was associated with increased heart disease risk factors, fat intake didn’t move the needle one way or the other.”


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