Interesting double-blind findings that could find no direct cause between saturate fats and heart disease. But the statement made in conclusion was indeed puzzling. It stated, or words similar, that it might still be worth avoiding saturated fat has consuming it might make you fat and that could lead to heart disease.
Can anyone explain please how a molecule of fat in food could transpose itself into a molecule of body fat. It could never happen in my biology book. Maybe, someone might have another book where this does?