Recent important Canadian study incriminated trans-fat from margarine as a big risk to death by coronary disease

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Trans fats  are produced industrially from plant oils for use in margarine, snack foods and packaged baked goods and were associated with was associated with a 34 per cent increase in death, a 28 per cent increased risk of death from coronary heart disease, and a 21 per cent increase in the risk of cardiovascular disease. On the other part, according to the study, more than one million people found there was no evidence that saturated fat that come from animal products, such as butter, cows’ milk , meat, salmon and egg yolks, and some plant products such as chocolate and palm oils. was bad for health. More, it was determined in another recent research, from the University of Cambridge, that saturated fat in dairy foods might protect against diabetes.

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