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Mar 09

What Happens When I Eat a Fatty Meal?

The saturated and trans fats that get into your system from a high-fat meal cause your blood vessels to immediately constrict, boosting blood pressure and reducing blood flow and oxygen supply for a full 4 hours – and then it’s time for your next meal! If you regularly eat a high-fat diet, your arteries remain tightened – a prescription for heart disease.

Make the high-fat meals the exception, not the rule!

Glamour Magazine / November 2009

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