Here's More Evidence That High Saturated Fat Diets Aren't Good For Your Brain, University Of Naples Federico Study

Published: Aug 01, 2016

If you need another reason to cut back on saturated fats, add possible brain damage to the list. A new rat study suggests that diets high in saturated fat increase inflammation in the part of the brain that controls hunger, causing it to malfunction, which in turn triggers a domino effect leading to obesity and related metabolic disorders.

Researchers placed groups of rats on diets either high in saturated fat (in the form of lard) or fish oil for six weeks.

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