Bad Fat

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Any fat linked to increased atherosclerosis, and a poor lipid profile
Examples Saturated fats (e.g., red meat, butter, ice cream); trans fats—processed foods (e.g., margarines), commercially baked or fried foods, whole milk
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Major North American oil companies recognize that record canola acreage not only means increased volume but also a food industry shift to advance long-term health and wellness goals such as reducing bad fats for overall health.
It's a monounsaturated fat that can decrease the bad fat levels that you have.
Add the fries that come with it and you're up to 1,650 calories plus a two-day supply of bad fat (36 grams) and sodium (3,110 mg).
Substituting in the good fat in place of the bad fat is a fairly simple dietary modification that could help prevent decline in memory," said Okereke.
National Guacamole Day is the perfect time to remind consumers of the heart-healthy benefits of the avocado and the exciting and flavorful ways the fruit can be used to spice up any meal or snack without adding bad fat," said Tracey Altman, Vice President, Marketing, Wholly Guacamole.
Now you're talking a day's bad fat (16 grams of saturated plus 3 grams of trans), 760 calories, and 1,760 milligrams of sodium.
Once thought unhealthy because of its high saturated fat content, new studies show that steric acid - the bad fat in chocolate - is converted by the body into heart-healthy monounsaturated fat.
The American Heart Association says both trans fat and saturated fat increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, so we didn't want to just substitute one bad fat (trans fat) for another (saturated fat).
WE ARE continually hearing about how bad fat is for us.
And with all that bad fat, everyone's arteries will be one step closer to heaven.
Each 1 1/2-ounce packet of flavored oats, wheat, barley, and rye has 150 to 160 calories and 4 grams of fiber, but little or no bad fat and not much sodium (75 to 90 milligrams).
Even without the mix-ins or crust, you swallow 260 calories and 14 grams of bad fat flavored with 12 grams (3 teaspoons) of sugar in each 3-ounce serving (1/8 of a tub).