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How does saturated fat raise cholesterol levels and mono/poly-unsaturated fat not suppose to?
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Dr. Gaston Moran Celayes
Internal Medicine
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In brief: The body can make it
The body can make the saturated fat, but there are certain lipids that has to be ingested with food because the body cannot make it.
For those that the body can make, any extra amount ingested with food will start to accumulate and building up the levels.

In brief: The body can make it
The body can make the saturated fat, but there are certain lipids that has to be ingested with food because the body cannot make it.
For those that the body can make, any extra amount ingested with food will start to accumulate and building up the levels.
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