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About Trans States Airlines Trans States Airlines is a wholly owned subsidiary of Trans States Holdings, Inc.
CORRECTION: Few would argue that trans fat is a health food, but since when does that mean that it is the business of government to stick its nose in the kitchens of restaurants to tell business owners how to cook?
Winner: 842d Trans Bn, Beaumont, TX Runner-up: 39th Trans Bn (MC), Kaiserslautern, Germany
Increasing the gas pressure at which an oil is hydrogenated reduces trans fats' formation.
Look for trans fats wherever you'd expect to find fat: they may be found in vegetable shortening, margarines, crackers, candies, baked goods, fried foods, many processed foods and salad dressings.
Research shows that trans fats--in addition to saturate fats--raise levels of LDL, or "bad" cholesterol, and lower levels of HDL, or "good" cholesterol, increasing the risk of coronary artery disease.
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Even places that have sworn off partially hydrogenated oils for frying--like Ruby Tuesday, Chili's, and Romano's Macaroni Grill-may harbor trans in the breading, pastry crust, or chocolate coating that comes from their suppliers.
The scientific evidence is quite strong that trans fats contribute to cardiovascular disease, the No.
There are some naturally occurring trans fats, primarily in the meat of cows and other ruminant animals.
Trans fats raise levels of LDL, maybe even more dramatically than saturated fats do, which is why trans fats may be worse than just bad.
Trans fats are manufactured fats using hydrogenated oils.