High cholesterol: Energy bar can increase ‘bad’ cholesterol levels warns doctor

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As a result, energy bars should be used in a similar way to how the body utilises visceral fat, as a reserve source of energy.

Due to their high fat content, they are often recommended as an accoutrement to those undertaking a sustained period of exercise such as a long run or cycle.

While energy bars and their habitual use can have an impact, so too does the overall British diet.

Doctor Mellor explained: “One of the main sources of saturated fat in the British diet is baked goods – pies, pastries, cakes and biscuits – which have manufactured saturated fats in them.”



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