How to use Trans-fats in a sentence

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  • Soon after the suit was filed, public interest in trans fats peaked.

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  • If women consume these products their breast milk will also contain trans fats.

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  • For example, butter, lard, and shortening are all either trans fats or saturated fats, both of which have been associated with heart disease and increased cholesterol levels.

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  • In fact, trans fats have been banned in some states.

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  • Burger King's other burgers, including the cheeseburger, contained trans fats.

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  • The process of hydrogenation creates what's known in the non-scientific world as trans fats.

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  • New York City became the first city in the nation to ban trans fats from restaurants, and other communities have followed suit.

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  • That means you can get the same flaky pastry you've always had without any of the health risks of trans fats and without harming animals.

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  • All add a few more calories by using organic palm shortening but have no cholesterol and are lower in saturated fat than butter and contain no trans-fats.

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  • Eating too many animal based products and other foods high in saturated and trans fats may lead to elevated cholesterol levels.

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  • Eliminate or greatly reduce fried foods, which contain high levels of saturated or trans fats.

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  • Choose lean meats and poultry without skin and prepare them without added saturated or trans fats.

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  • It's also a good idea to cut down on saturated fats and eliminate trans fats from your diet, especially if you are trying to lose weight.

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  • He also believes that trans fats are at the root of obesity as well.

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  • The most important first step for a heart-healthy diet that will lower cholesterol levels is to cut back on saturated fats and, as much as possible, eliminate trans fats from your diet.

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  • The primary culprit is saturated and trans-fats, which increase LDL cholesterol levels or "bad" cholesterol.

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  • Saturated and trans-fats also cause obesity.

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  • Saturated and trans-fats are part of most fast food meals.

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  • In particular, the harder vegetable fat and shortening used by the fast food industry to make cakes, biscuits and pastries is especially harmful as they contain incredibly high amounts of saturated and trans-fats.

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  • This study also found that 45 percent of the kid's meals were extremely high in saturated and trans fats.

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  • Most restaurants value taste over health and as a result fill their food with saturated and trans-fats, hydrogenated oils and tons of sugar and salt.

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  • Trans-fats are created by adding hydrogen to liquid vegetable oils to make them solid at room temperature.

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  • Restaurants like to use trans-fats when frying food because they are cheaper and have a long shelf life.

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  • Scientists agree that trans-fats are one of the worst kinds of fat that you can consume; they drastically increase your cholesterol levels and open the door to heart attack and stroke.

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  • While trans-fats do occur in very small amounts in foods such as beef and dairy, fast foods are very high in this toxic substance.

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  • Just a brief look at fast food nutritional information shows most meals contain astronomically high numbers of calories, saturated and trans fats.

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  • People who are diagnosed with diabetes should avoid eating too many foods containing saturated fats and trans fats because there is an increased chance of developing heart disease.

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  • Much has been made recently about the importance of limiting trans fats in your diet.

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  • Several European countries and American cities have already banned trans fats from restaurant menus, and health experts from Harvard medical school are now urging jurisdictions in the United Kingdom to follow suit.

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  • The team cites that trans fats carry a higher risk of heart disease per calorie than any other identified macronutrient.

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  • Cutting back on saturated fat grams may be an important step toward healthy eating, but trans fats should really be eliminated altogether.

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  • Rather, what you want to do is concentrate on the good fats and limit or eliminate the bad fats such as trans-fats.

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  • Avoid foods that contain trans-fats and limit your intake of foods that contain saturated fats.

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  • The diet minimizes saturated and trans fats and provides a healthy dose of fiber to fill you up and protect bowel health.

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  • The foundation of a heart healthy diet is to strictly limit saturated fats, trans fats and cholesterol in the diet.

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  • Packaged foods often contain trans fats and reading the label can alert you to the amount.

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  • What it does do is restrict the intake of "bad fats" including trans fats.

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  • Simply put, try to cut back on simple carbohydrates (sugar especially) and trans fats.

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