Does Banning Trans Fat Reduce Heart Disease?

 

Trans fat, also known as trans fatty acids, is produced when hydrogen is added to a liquid fat to make it solid at room temperature. It can be found lurking in the ingredient labels of processed foods under the terms “hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated.”

Trans fat has been found to be more damaging to arteries than saturated fat because it both raises LDL, (aka “lousy”) cholesterol ...

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