Oil, corn, peanut, and olive

Fun Facts

  1. Vegetable Oil – from peanut, soya bean, sunflower, sesame, coconut, olive, and other vegetable oils.
  2. Animal Fat – lard (pig fat), fish oil, and butter. From fats in the milk, meat and under the skin of the animal.
  3. Hydrogenation – artificial process conversion of liquid vegetable oils to solid or semi-solid fats (as in margarine). turns unsaturated fat to saturated fat. Creates trans-fat. Increases the risk of heart disease. Very Bad.
  4. Hydrogenated oil – vegetable oil that has been hydrogenated. Keep away.
  5. Partially hydrogenated oil – vegetable oil that has been hydrogenated to some degree. Keep away as well.
  6. Saturated fat – occurs naturally in animal fats, or artificially in vegetable oils when hydrogenated. Use in moderation – raises risk of heart disease

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