Bruce A. Griffin
Bruce Griffin BSc PhD RNutr Bruce Griffin is a biomedical scientist with over 25 years of experience in human lipid and lipoprotein metabolism, nutrition and cardiovascular disease. His qualifications include a BSc in medical laboratory science (Portsmouth, 1984), PhD on the effects of exercise and diet on human plasma lipoproteins (Aberdeen, 1988) and 6 years of postdoctoral research in pathological biochemistry at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. He is currently Professor of Nutritional Metabolism, and Research Group Leader of Nutrition, Metabolism & Diabetes at the University Surrey, and Theme Leader in Whole Body Metabolism for the Nutrition Society http://www.surrey.ac.uk/nutrition/People/griffin_bruce/
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A debate over whether saturated fat is bad for cardiovascular health has surfaced once again. The evidence still stands: its consumption should be limited.