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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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Though in his capacity as the Chairman of the edible oil industry's leading association, Westbury owner Bashir Janmohammed makes all the right talking points against the Punjab Food Authority's upcoming clampdown against banaspati ghee (too much Transfat, says the Authority) but his own Dalda brand wears its status as 'Virtually Transfat Free (TVF)' like a badge.
NuSyllium contains zero transfat and is free from genetically modified organisms, gluten and dairy.
Examples of foods and drinks in the yellow category: 100% fresh fruit juices, fried rice, bread, biscuits, banana cue, camote cue, turon, maruya, pancakes, waffles, champorado, pancit, arroz caldo, sandwiches, processed foods (subject to evaluation of saturated or transfat and sodium content), stir-friend vegetables.
From 2002 when FDA announced their intent to require transfat labeling, effective in 2006, the food industry began to turn away from partially hydrogenated soybean oil in a big way.
There are good fats and bad ones, it's the transfat and saturated fats that should be avoided and not fat found in vegetables, fish and nuts.
Do your research and be label-wise and be serving size wise even when it comes to 0% Transfat products.
These are high oleic content with reduced transfat, low phytase that reduces phosphorus levels in animal manure, high omega-3 that enhances human health, and high stearic acid that reduces harmful fats.
Transfat causes cell membrane deformities that contribute to the development of metabolic diseases such as type 2 diabetes.
There are no genetically modified ingredients, no preservatives, no transfat, no gluten and no hulls or kernels.
Bloomberg, who already has gone to war on smokers and transfat, will allow the sale of cups up to 16 ounces.
It looks like they might also enjoy the advertising, which we imagine will be limited to wheat, gluten, transfat, and peanut-free high-energy snack bars wrapped in biodegradable packages printed in organic soy ink, and made by union laborers at prevailing wages in government-approved facilities.
The parathas have no artificial preservatives & are transfat free; this will make it easier for consumers to satisfy their hunger in a healthy manner.