Alzheimer’s in Your Burger?
Saturated fats were a popular staple of the 1970s and 80s. Most people never thought twice about adding saturated fats to their meals. However, in the early 90s, a plethora of studies were released with some distressing results: saturated fats could harm us when eaten in abundance. This harm didn’t just manifest itself in our ever-expanding waistlines, but specifically in the heart. Saturated fat, medical experts told us, could seriously up our risk for heart disease.