trans fat


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trans fat

 (trăns)
n.
1. A trans fatty acid.
2. Trans fatty acids considered as a group.
Translations
Transfettsäure

trans fat

(fam) trans fatty acid. V. fatty acid.
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A Trans fat holds the dubious honor of being the biggest health threat.
But Christine Williams, professor of human nutrition at the University of Reading, said total trans fat intake in the UK was now averaging 0.
The FDA and its supporters in the public health community argue that trans fat restrictions are necessary as a health measure intended to remove a dangerous substance from the food supply.
Any processed or packaged food with a shelf life of more than three months is likely to have trans fat in it.
Based on a review of scientific evidence, FDA has finalized its determination that partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), the primary dietary source of artificial trans fat in processed foods, are not Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) for use in human food.
The move came in response to a cresting wave of evidence connecting trans fat consumption to heart disease.
A new study found that one way to protert your working memory is to maybe avoid all trans fat foods.
11 grams of trans fat per day for a person consuming 2,000 calories per day.
Zahra Kouchak-Yazdi, a project researcher, said the zero trans fat frying oil is a mixture of sunflower and palm oils.
Most trans fat is manufactured through a process called hydrogenation, which makes liquid fats more solid and increases their shelf life.