New research suggests that saturated fats may not play as large a role in developing heart disease as originally suspected. Researchers think that people may be simply replacing saturated fats with refined sugar and processed carbs, which can contribute to a dense buildup of cholesterol more directly than saturated fat does. In fact, scientists now think that saturated fat in moderation may actually help to create HDL (good cholesterol) in your blood. Use this guide to learn which saturated fats you can enjoy in moderation.
Eat and plank your way to a slimmer waistline in just four weeks with Dr. Oz's 28-Day Shrink Your Stomach Challenge. Find out what to eat and when to eat it during the day to help you get the results you deserve. Plus, accompany the food challenge with a plank challenge from celebrity fitness trainers to tone up your waist along the way.