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Lipid hypothesis - the lipid hypothesis is a scientific theory that suggests that the consumption of dietary fat is a major contributor to heart disease and other chronic health conditions. The lipid hypothesis is based on the observation that populations with high fat diets have high rates of heart disease, and it suggests that reducing fat intake can reduce the risk of heart disease. The lipid hypothesis has been the subject of much debate and scientific research, and it has been modified over time in response to new evidence and changing perspectives.
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