“We’re finding evidence that when we improve the heart’s efficiency, we can also improve emotions and become more resilient to stress,” writes Shawn Talbott, Ph.D. in this Better Nutrition article. He tells readers that when it comes to heart health, saturated fat is not a concern. Referencing a 12-month study of 577 healthy adults that found a high-carb diet, not fat,  increases heart disease risk factors, Talbott suggests swapping pro-inflammatory cooking oils such as corn and canola with heart-healthy options such as Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil.  



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