Scientists have revealed that fry-ups aren't necessarily as bad for as as we've always thought - as long as we use unsaturated fats to fry with, like olive or sunflower oil.
Victoria Taylor, a senior heart health dietician and the British Heart Foundation, said of the findings:
"Participants in this study used unsaturated fats such as olive and sunflower oil to fry their food.
"We currently recommend swapping saturated fats like butter, lard or palm oil for unsaturated fats as a way of keeping your cholesterol down and this study gives further cause to make that switch."
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