They think this could lead to illness prevention – with treatments offsetting the damage. And they believe it should turn the focus away from saturated fat as the big danger. The researchers followed 4,000 people aged 65-plus for up to 26 years to see who developed heart disease. This led them to trimethylamine N-oxide (TMNO). […]
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