Bacterial fats may be the blame for heart disease

Heart disease and fatty clogs in the arteries pretty much go together hand in hand. Research may explain why atherosclerosis is associated with gum disease and heart trouble. There is new evidence that suggests the fatty molecules may be coming from the bacteria in your own mouth, not from what you eat, according to scientists as reported in the Journal of Lipid Research August issue.

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