Can trans fatty acids make you fat

Trans fat, also known as trans fat, is called “the bomb of the table”. There are two kinds of pure natural existence and artificial service production. The key source is a part of esterified edible oil. In daily life, there are many foods with trans fat For example, birthday cakes, snacks, cookies, toast, Indian pancakes, salad dressing, French fries, potato chips, popcorn, chocolate, ice cream, egg yolk pie, etc. when they use the catalytic cracking of cooking oil to produce human body fat, trans fat is also converted into.

Excessive intake of trans fat can increase blood cholesterol, and thus increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. According to the “food nutrition label management standard” implemented by the Ministry of health in December 2007, when the trans fat content in food is ≤ 0.3g/100g, it can be marked as 0. This is why some food ingredients list originally contain vegetable fat powder and hydrogenated oil, but the label indicates that trans fat is 0. If a food label uses conversion of body fat, esterified cooking oil, synthetic vegetable butter, then these products contain trans fats.

In addition to saturated fat, oleic acid is called unsaturated fat. Unsaturated fat is divided into two categories, monounsaturated fat and polyunsaturated fat.

Whether saturated fatty acids or unsaturated fats are both sides of the coin. Whether all kinds of human body fat is beneficial to physical and mental health depends on whether the intake is moderate and whether the proportion of oleic acid intake is effective. Excessive intake of saturated fatty acids and unsaturated fat will lead to physical and mental health problems. Saturated fat in the diet is mostly found in animal fat and milk fat, and most of this food material contains cholesterol.