High intake of saturated fatty acid links to elevated LDL-cholesterol concentration which is positively correlated with CVD risks. As dairy products are one of the main contributors to SFA consumption in the UK, it is suggested to use lower-fat or fat-free alternatives to regular-fat dairy products. A recent study found a novel fatty acid-modified dairy products intervention (SFA-reduced, MUFA-enriched) had a beneficial impact on the ∆ iAUC for the postprandial apolipoprotein B response but attenuated the %FMD (% Fasting Flow-Mediated Dilatation) response to sequential FA-modified dairy-rich meals among adults at moderate CVD risk. Share your thought and experience!

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