For years, research singled out hydrogenated fat and cholesterol as the prime dietary villains in heart disease. Following a report that the sugar industry quietly moneyed much of that research, sugar has discovered itself in the spotlight. Sugar has deleterious impacts on the heart, and it’s crucial to be aware of them. It has an …
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Manufacturers are now required to state on food labels the amount of trans fatty acids, also called hydrogenated fats, in packaged foods. Both trans fatty acids and saturated fatty acids are associated with elevated heart disease risk factors. Now, new research questions whether palm oil, whose functional characteristics are similar to trans fats, would be a good substitute for partially hydrogenated fat.
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Slide 10 of 20: <p>Dr. Mehmet Oz, talk show host, best-selling author, and Vice-Chair and Professor of Surgery at Columbia University, has this to say about French fries: “They sometimes… have hydrogenated fats from being basted in boiling oils containing damaged fats. These <a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/13-foods-highest-trans-fats/43014"><strong>trans-fats increase cholesterol</strong></a> and the risk of coronary heart disease. They do increase shelf life, but at the cost of human…
Eating foods high in hydrogenated fats may increase the risk of women to develop breast cancer, suggests a research conducted by University of California and quoted by Daily Mail. Read more: http://dietandi.com/high-fat-diet-increases-the-risk-of-breast-cancer/#ixzz2rfJHIR5v