trans fatty acid

  1. a fatty acid that has been produced by hydrogenating an unsaturated fatty acid (and so changing its shape); found in processed foods such as margarine and fried foods and puddings and commercially baked goods and partially hydrogenated vegetable oils
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How To Use trans fatty acid In A Sentence

  • My point simply was that these researchers had found that the deodorization process had produced trans fatty acids in canola oil. I’ll have mine with fat, please. | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
  • These spreads do not contain trans fatty acids.
  • Control of their saturated fat and trans fatty acid intake, because trans fatty acids increase cholesterol.
  • TRANS FATS TRANS FATTY ACIDS–Almost all the trans fat found in food is created by passing hydrogen gas through vegetable oil, a process called hydrogenation, which makes oils harder and more stable. The Most Complete Food Counter, 2nd Edition
  • In contrast, deodorization produced substantial quantities of trans fatty acids 5% of total fatty acids I’ll have mine with fat, please. | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
  • Normal fats are very supple and pliable, but the trans fatty acid is a stiff fat that can build up in the body and create havoc.
  • Average consumption of trans fatty acids - an unhealthful type of fat found in margarine, baked goods and many processed foods - also rose.
  • When cottonseed is processed and the seed coat is disrupted, the oil in the seed might be more rapidly released in the rumen, and presence of free oil might increase the synthesis of trans fatty acids and impact milk fat synthesis.
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