It's clear for me that saturated fats are bad. But now I have found lot's of information that says that there are different kinds of saturated fats. Milk and meat contains lot's of Long Chain Fatty Acids (LCFA), which are the bad ones. But Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA) should actually be healthy for us. Over 40 per cent of the fat in coconut oil is Lauric acid, which is MCFA and also exists in mother's milk. This Lauric acid has many good effects on the immune system by reducing inflammation, for example. http://www.level1diet.com/coconut-oil-s ... efits.html

But the coconut oil has to be extra virgin to be good, all the hydrogenerated and refined ones are extremely bad.

So, has George seen any reliable results on the hypothesis that not all saturated fat are bad for us?

Best regards,