This study found that dietary intake of saturated fats is not associated with cardiovascular disease (CVD). In fact, it's the consumption of refined carbohydrates that is linked to CVD. One of the best things you can do to lower your risk of heart disease is to manage your blood sugar (something we all need to pay more attention to!). So reduce your intake of refined carbohydrates and go ahead and eat organic, grass-fed meat (key words here being organic and grass-fed) because it does not lead to heart disease.
For a bunch of actionable tips on how you can effectively lower your risk of heart disease (the #1 killer in the world), check out this two-part series I wrote:
Share these tips with family and friends so that you can help them reduce their risk as well.