Dec 18, 2013 · Hydrogenated oil is a man-made food substance that is used widely throughout the food supply for its cost efficiency and technical advantages. Also known
The manufactured form of trans fat, known as partially hydrogenated oil, is found in a variety of food products, including: Baked goods. Most cakes, cookies, pie
Information about the hydrogenation process for oil, fat and shortening
What not to eat. Here are six rules to help you avoid consuming partially hydrogenated oils. Don’t think for one minute that this is all you need to do for your heart
Hydrogenated coconut oil is very different from natural coconut oil. Hydrogenation is a process that makes unsaturated oils more saturated. Problem is, it also creates
Trans (Elaidic acid) Cis Saturated (Stearic acid) Elaidic acid is the principal trans unsaturated fatty acid often found in partially hydrogenated vegetable oils.
Advocacy site urging the banning of trans fatty acids. Contains consumer and product news and information on trans fats.
This fact sheet, part of a series on food ingredients and additives, explains the benefits and side effects of hydrogenated vegetable oils and trans fatty acids. It
For more, visit TIME Health. Eating trans fat raises the risk of coronary heart disease, and evidence suggests that no amount of it is safe. But more than a third of
Dec 27, 2015 · Commercially baked pastries may contain hydrogenated oils and trans fat. Photo Credit onlyyouqj/iStock/Getty Images