PHVOPartially Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil
PHVOPulmonary Hypertension of Vascular Origin
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Trans fat, PHVO, or Partially Hydrogenated Oils (PHO) is found in margarine, vegetable shortening, ghee (clarified butter from India), fried food (especially those in fast food joints), doughnuts, baked goods (crackers, biscuits, and cookie), snacks, pies, and pre-mixed products (pancake and hot chocolate mixes).
It's a suitable replacement for partially hydrogenated vegetable soil (PHVO).
In response to the industry's need to replace trans fats with healthier alternatives, Stepan Food and Health Specialties offers Neobee MLT-B, a structured lipid based on medium chain triglycerides, as a replacement for partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (PHVO).