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For many years, saturated and trans fats were regarded as the big dietary villains.
These days, most of us will carefully check ingredients lists for gluten and trans fats, demand that our water bottles be made without BPA, and seek out paraben-free, body-safe cosmetics.
Limit the intake of trans fats to as low as possible.
During Frieden's tenure, the number of smokers dropped significantly, and New York City became the first place in the United States to eliminate trans fats from restaurants and require certain restaurants to post calorie information.
The cookie chips are made with no artificial flavors, sweeteners, coloring, preservatives, GMOs or trans fats.
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Definition of trans fat for English Language Learners
: a type of fat that is found especially in some vegetable oils and that is bad for your health
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