So we know first and foremost that saturated fats WILL NOT clog your arteries. Steak and eggs have never brought about any one's heart attack. However, I want to know just how much saturated fats can actually hurt. We know for instance that SFAs reduce insulin sensitivity a bit, and that toxins are stored in animals' fat. But just how bad are the effects when we consume them? I can consume up to 60% of my daily calories from fat, and find that 20% are saturated, therefore making MUFAs the major fat, just like the Eskimos.
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What are REAL dangers of saturated fats?