This Combination of Carbohydrate and Fat is the Reason Why Heart Attacks are Rampant During the Holidays
There is a 40% increase of heart attacks in the last two weeks of December and first two weeks of January because of what we eat most during the holidays. The combination of sugar and fat, especially the ‘caramelized’ fat seen in almost all desserts can make the small-sized bad cholesterol ‘oxidized’ to form plaques faster or make existing plaques unstable and cause heart attacks.
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