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  • For dietary cholesterol and saturated fat considered separately, the scores were a little lower, which was suggested to be due to the nature of these two nutrients being highly correlated, making it difficult to determine which contributes more to atherosclerotic heart disease.26 In comparison, virtually all of the panelists considered the evidence linking carbohydrate (ie. sugar) to heart disease
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