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hydrogenate

 [hi´dro-jen-āt″]
to cause to combine with hydrogen; to reduce with hydrogen.

hydrogenate

to cause to combine with hydrogen; to reduce with hydrogen.
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So, scan the ingredients list for mention of partially hydrogenated oils in order to avoid this harmful ingredient.
US FDA has made a determination that partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) are the primary source of trans fats and are to be no longer considered GRAS as there is no longer general consensus that they are safe (2).
The first inklings of a problem came in the 1970s when Fred Kummerow, a University of Illinois researcher, found that partially hydrogenated oil clogged the arteries of pigs.
Removal of partially hydrogenated oils will take most of the
The present study helps the characterization of electron properties of hydrogenated graphene.
You should also look for the phrase "partially hydrogenated oil" on the label to know if it contains trans fats, Zumpano advises.
Regalite hydrogenated hydrocarbon resins are used extensively in a wide variety of hot-melt adhesives, polymer compounds and plastic modifications.
The parties did not provide financial details, but said that the JV will establish a hydrogenated hydrocarbon resin plant in Nanjing, China, with a capacity of 50,000 metric tonnes.
Chemicals & plastics company Eastman Chemical Company (NYSE:EMN) announced on Friday the completion of the third expansion of its hydrogenated hydrocarbon resins facility in Middelburg, The Netherlands, doubling the capacity since 2006.
Along with increasing the chances of developing heart disease, partially hydrogenated oils also increase the frequency of stroke and diabetes, according to the American Heart Association (www.
In previous fast-food litigation, CSPI sued KFC for using partially hydrogenated oil when deep-frying its chickens.