The Guardian

Not all saturated fats increase the chances of developing diabetes and some could help protect against the disease, a study has shown.

The kind of saturated fat found in dairy products such as yoghurt is likely to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, say scientists.

But other types obtained from red meat and fried food, or generated after consuming carbohydrates or alcohol, may be harmfu

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