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Anonymous asked in Food & DrinkCooking & Recipes · 4 months ago

Trans fats in foods?

I bought raw frozed Turkey wings and there is trans fat in it but it's turkey? it's not processed? i'm scared to eat it..

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  • 4 months ago
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    Two types of fats — saturated fat and trans fat — have been identified as potentially harmful to your heart. Most of the foods that contain these types of fats are solid at room temperature, such as:

    butter

    margarine

    shortening

    beef or pork fat

    Both saturated fat and trans fat should be avoided or eaten very sparingly

    Examples of Bad Fats

    Saturated Fat

    This type of fat is primarily animal-based, and is found in high-fat meats and dairy products. Some typical sources of saturated fats include:

    fatty cuts of beef, pork, and lamb

    dark chicken meat and poultry skin

    high fat dairy foods

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  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    Yes. There is also typically "trans fat" in soybean oil, which is in most food products in the US.

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