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Eating healthy fats, not saturated fats, could lower cardiovascular risks

15:27 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | Cardiovascular Business

Eating healthier fats, like avocados and nuts, instead of saturated fats commonly found in many meats, could lower cardiovascular disease risk as much as cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, according to the American Heart Association (AHA).

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