Here are the major findings of the meta-analysis:
-total fat intake is not associated with coronary heart disease
-higher trans fatty acid intake is linked to higher heart deaths and events
-saturated fatty acid consumption is not linked to heart deaths or events
-data on heart disease and polyunsaturated fatty acids are "inconsistent and unreliable"
-monunsaturated fatty acid intake was not associated with heart disease
-higher omega-3 fatty acid consumption (from fish oils or actual fish) is linked to lower risk of heart disease, although the data are not quite as strong as the authors would prefer