Another name for hydrogenated polyunsaturated fatty acids is trans fats. Bet you’ve heard of that one. The rumors are true — trans fats do contribute to heart disease and other major chronic health problems.
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Food Labeling Infographic - Are you aware that if you buy a product sold as trans fat free, you could still be consuming a substantial amount of this unhealthy substance? Deceptive labeling practices could lead to medically significant consumption of harmful trans fat, in spite of what is stated on FDA approved labels. In fact, failure to identify high-risk foods could cause people to go over the recommended daily value of 1.11 grams of trans fat coming from processed food items and result…
All About Peanut Butters | Now that the FDA is phasing out trans fat, we thought we’d make it easier for you during the transition to find foods free of trans fat. Using Food Scores, we created easy-to-use shopping lists for three popular food categories — peanut butter, crackers and snacks, and granola and breakfast bars.
Are You Eating Good Fats or Bad Fats? (Infographic