triglycerides being listed along with HDL, LDL, total and ratio. They seem to be the 'bad guys'.Then I was given a patronising lecture on healthy eating and various other issues, including not eating saturated fats but rather using polyunsaturated margarine instead. Then I see that actually margarine of any sort is a triglyceride or hydrogenated fat [or both?]. So isn't it a case of the NHS is contradicting itself in the same breath?
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