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#1 rfm1234



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Posted 29 June 2018 - 05:50 AM

There is cholesterol found in animal products, and there?s also lots of saturated fat. However is the saturated fat then converted into more cholesterol to add to the original value? Because I know fat from plants have no cholesterol but they have some saturated fat which is conceded to cholesterol in the body. So do animal foods produce more cholesterol once the saturated fat is converted or does the original value take this into account? Anyone know!

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