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New Soybean Varieties Released
linolenic acid content, which aids in food preservation. High linolenic levels also produce trans fatty ... acids when oil is hydrogenated. Scientists and nutritionists speculate trans fatty acid is one of the ... labeling requirements on products to include trans fatty acid content in foods. "Using this soybean ...
Chow Line: Sugar intake can affect triglycerides (for 10/9/11)
added sugar intake. That surprised me-- I know that saturated fat and trans fat can affect blood ... and high consumption of saturated fat or trans fats. But added sugars definitely play a role, too. The ...
Chow Line: Labels can guide healthful choices (for 3/21/10)
foods that have less saturated fat, trans fat and cholesterol. Choose foods with less sodium, especially ... showed that: More consumers are making the link between trans fats and a greater risk of heart disease: ...
Chow Line: Know your numbers: calorie counts differ (for 8/16/09)
type of fat they consume, particularly that they are trying to reduce the amount of trans fat in their ... information, with calories getting the most attention, followed by total fat, sugars, trans fat, sodium, ...
Chow Line: Triglyceride levels sensitive to diet (for 4/12/09)
particularly saturated or trans fats, as a way to reduce levels. But your dad is right-- refined carbohydrates ... saturated and trans fats. If you're sedentary, move more. Aim for at least 30 minutes of physical ...
Chow Line: Lots of reasons not to eat a high-fat diet (for 8/30/09)
and some types of cancer, especially diets high in saturated or trans fats. In fact, official ... possible, trans fat intake. That means, for example, if your recommended calorie intake for the day is 1,600 ...
Chow Line: Choose right foods to reduce cholesterol (for 11/19/06)
take is to follow a basic heart-healthy diet-- low in saturated fat, trans-fatty acids and cholesterol ... raise HDLs, while saturated fat raises both types of cholesterol, and trans fats raise LDLs and lower ...
Chow Line: Consumer use of food labels declines (for 10/19/08)
saturated fat, trans fat, sodium and cholesterol-- the lower, the better. Look for higher amounts of fiber, ... ingredient listing to limit trans fats. For more information on using the Nutrition Facts label, see ...
Chow Line: Americans flunk healthy eating index (1/13/12)
and trans fat, cholesterol, added sugars, and refined grains. The related MyPlate website ...
Chow Line: Calorie counts on menus just one step (for 3/20/11)
slashing the number of processed foods containing trans fat have improved nutrition. An April 2010 ...