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..
- 4 months agoFavorite Answer
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:
beef or pork fat
Both saturated fat and trans fat should be avoided or eaten very sparingly
Examples of Bad Fats
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
- Anonymous4 months ago
Yes. There is also typically "trans fat" in soybean oil, which is in most food products in the US.