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Old 12-22-2012, 01:29 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by inchrisin View Post
I've read a lot about saturated and unsaturated fats in butter. It sounds like neither are much good for you on this level. The bottom lines is that you add up all the grams of each and go with the lowest. Use in moderation when you can and be willing to work it off. :)
Read up on hydrogenated fats and you'll see why butter wins. <3

It's also important to know that mono- and di-glycerides are designated as "emulsifiers" rather than fats ~ so the trans fats they contain are not included on food labels. (Go go FDA ... )


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