Jul 24, 2013 · Health concerns surrounding trans fats led many food manufacturers to abandon partially hydrogenated oils. Palm oil has helped fill the void. But guess what?
Trans fat, particularly the manufactured variety found in partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, appears to have no known health benefit. The Department of Agriculture
Is Palm Oil the Only Way to Eat Trans-fat Free? Learn the potential harm of palm oil. Find out other healthier oils to replace palm oil. Written by Registered Dietitians.
Palm Oil Not a Healthy Substitute for Trans Fats By Rosalie Marion Bliss April 15, 2009. Manufacturers are now required to state on food labels the amount of trans
The FDA’s proposal to ban trans fat has increased demand for palm oil, but is palm oil a good alternative for human health and the environment? In November 2013
Partially hydrogenated oil is a type of trans fat that has gotten a lot of flak, and rightfully so. This chemically altered fat is known to raise LDL (bad)
Palm oil, like all fats, is composed of fatty acids, esterified with glycerol. Palm oil has an especially high concentration of saturated fat, specifically
The demand for palm oil, trans fat’s leading replacement, will likely lead to deforestation as wooded areas in the tropics are cleared.
Palm Oil Not A Healthy Substitute For Trans Fats, Study Finds Date: May 11, 2009 Source: USDA/Agricultural Research Service Summary: Manufacturers are now required to
Once the United States and other Western countries began condemning and banning trans-fat oils a few years ago, palm oil became a popular substitute. When you cut