Diet High in Carbohydrates, Not Fats, Drives Mortality

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Abstract

A prospective epidemiological cohort study of people 35-70 years of age in 18 countries showed that a higher intake of carbohydrates increased total mortality, while the intake of fats of all kinds did not. A higher intake of saturated fat reduced stroke mortality.

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