Nov. 17, 2017

Nutrition Facts

The Journal of Lipid Research, 2000; 4 1 (5):834-39), showed that eating vegetable oils in the form of either soy bean or margarine raised LDL (bad cholesterol) and lowered HDL (good cholesterol). But eating butter (one of those “forbidden foods’ saturated with cholesterol) actually lowered LDL cholesterol and raised HDL cholesterol.