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Recent studies conducted by researchers in several Canadian institutions suggested that coronary diseases, cardiovascular diseases, strokes and type two diabetes are not directly linked to one's saturated fat intake.
Trans fats have no health benefits and pose a significant risk for heart disease, but the case for saturated fat is less clear," said de Souza.
The finding "challenges the conventional wisdom that has demonized saturated fat and extends our knowledge of why dietary saturated fat does not correlate with disease," says Volek.
Public Health Minister, Jane Ellison, launched the pledge in October 2013 as part of a drive to cut the amount of saturated fat in OUT food.
There are guidelines to tell you if a food is high in fat, saturated fat, salt or sugar, or not.
The new findings are part of a growing body of research that has challenged the accepted wisdom that saturated fat is inherently bad for you and continues the debate about what foods are best to eat.
The SDHS is a randomized, controlled trial comparing the rates of heart disease in people who replaced saturated fats with safflower oil (omega-6 fats).
It contains zero trans fat and just 7 percent saturated fat, which is classified as "low" by the FDA at just 1 gram per serving.
The new study found that young Danish men who consumed the most saturated fats had significantly lower concentrations of sperm, the New York Daily News reported.
The researchers then broke the results into four groups depending on how much of the men's energy intake came from saturated fats, and compared how much sperm the men in each group produced.
Danish cuisine is traditionally laden with processed meats and cheeses, which both have high saturated fat content.
Animal foods contain saturated fat in much higher amounts than vegetable food products.