So I noticed that the first article, the summary that gets to the public claims that saturated fat is not really "good" for coronary health, but that it doesn't look bad because it tends to get replaced with carbs in studies-for example people who replaced sat fat with carbs don't get reduced risk of CHD.
But what they DID was some kind of meta analysis that shows that the more linoleic acid you get the lower your risk of heart disease. They don't account for whether the linoleic acid is replacing carbs or saturated fat-basically what they accuse the pro sat. fat studies of doing wrong!
So anyway, someone really really seems to think that increasing linoleic acid in our diets (corn and soybean oil) is going to cut down on heart disease.