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- n. Plural form of trans fat.
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Alice Lichtenstein, D.Sc., a professor of nutrition at Tufts University in Boston, has participated in several studies looking at the effects trans fats have on the body.
And avoid trans fats aka partially hydrogenated oils and high-fructose corn syrup when possible.
With zero sugar or flour and available in coconut, chocolate, and carob, this amazingly tasty macaroon will scratch that chewy-sweet cookie “itch” without the blood sugar spike, gluten, sulfites, or trans fats in other macaroons.
This means trans fats, and while the label does state in small print “Adds a trivial amount of fat,” if you end up using two or three servings at once and multiply that by four or five cups of coffee a day … you are consuming significant trans fats in addition to calories.
Many studies have found that eating trans fats causes a rise in blood fats immediately following consumption, increasing the risk of heart problems, and that trans fatty acids also causes a drop in HLD—the good cholesterol that can help protect the heart and arteries.1