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Excerpt: just wanted to drop a quick thread in regards to trans fats. its sickening to see that they're in almost every food now, even something as odd as taco shells. but in the course of reading nutrition labels, a few questions have arisen: 1. trans fats are man made fats correct? if so, how can there be trans fat in red meat? some red meat product labels show trans fat content, others don't. and if by chance trans fats in red meat are natural, are they just as bad for you as the man made

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    Questions about trans fats

    just wanted to drop a quick thread in regards to trans fats. its sickening to see that they're in almost every food now, even something as odd as taco shells. but in the course of reading nutrition labels, a few questions have arisen:


    1. trans fats are man made fats correct? if so, how can there be trans fat in red meat? some red meat product labels show trans fat content, others don't. and if by chance trans fats in red meat are natural, are they just as bad for you as the man made version?
    2. what are the differences between interesterified and trans fat?
    3. how do us Animals trying to eat clean work around this trans fat infection in so many foods? especially in regards to cheat meals


    any knowledge or info on this topic would be greatly appreciated


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    Re: Questions about trans fats

    Trans fat is definitely naturally occurring in meats and milk (including breast milk). The amounts are small though and possibly why it is sometimes unlisted. Regardless the adverse cholesterol effects are the same as it is a rest of the isomer.
    Interesterification is an alteration made to fatty acids always. Whether this is healthier or not is an open question still

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    Re: Questions about trans fats

    refined oils are your enemy here. don't complain that they are in every food because they aren't if you prep and cook your own food

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