Here’s what you need to know.

Recent studies have shown that those who have higher carbohydrate intakes may have a lower risk of heart disease. This could be a major breakthrough in preventing heart disease in many individuals.

The study was taken for 15 years and looked at each individuals carbohydrate intakes and their risk of heart disease over the years. The study found that those who had higher carbohydrate intakes had a lower risk of heart disease.

Although the study showed interesting results, the authors noted that the type of carbohydrate was not categorized. This means that there was no direct correlation to what specifically caused lower heart disease risk.

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