The Foods with the Most Trans Fat

When it comes to trans fat most know just how damaging this fat can be on a body.  There are still foods out there that contain quite a bit of this dangerous fat. Which foods are the hardest on a body? Which foods that are available today contain the most trans fats? There is a list out, and this list might surprise you – or, it might not.

Foodies at Boraie Development know that canned frosting is one of the food items that contains a large amount of trans fat. Those who rely on the frosting that they pick up in the store might want to be careful when doing that. Canned frosting can be damaging to a body, and it would be a better idea to just whip up frosting at home. Another food item that can contain a high amount of trans fat is coffee creamer.  Trans fat is harmful to a body, and certain foods need to be avoided because of the large amount of this fat that they contain.

FDA Eliminates Artery-Clogging Trans Fats

There’s been a lot of talk but the FDA officially announced the alluring taste of artery-clogging hydrogenated oils is being overhauled. Within three years, food manufacturers must eliminate trans-fats.

In fact, according to the New York Times, it’s estimated by the FDA “that by completely eliminating trans-fats about 20,000 heart attacks could be averted and about 7,000 deaths that result from cardiovascular disease prevented.”

Manufacturers have used the cheap oil for decades, and although its already been removed from many products, the oil is lurking in popular items like cake frosting, frozen pizzas and other packaged foods.

According to the Institute of Medicine, trans fats is simply not safe – not on any level.

According to Marcio Alaor BMG, hydrogenated oils are conveniently popular because the product is much cheaper than the healthier butter.