In fact, the correction of the Cambridge study had to do with polyunsaturated fats—not saturated fats.
The recording was sprinkled with repeated instances of unusual key words, such as “polyunsaturated” and “knuckleduster.”
polyunsaturated pol·y·un·sat·u·rat·ed (pŏl'ē-ŭn-sāch'ə-rā'tĭd)
Of or relating to long-chain carbon compounds, especially fats, having many unsaturated bonds.
Relating to an organic compound, especially a fat, in which more than one pair of carbon atoms are joined by double or triple bonds. See more at unsaturated.