hydrogenated oil


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hydrogenated oil

[′hī·drə·jə‚nād·əd ¦ȯil]
(organic chemistry)
Unsaturated liquid vegetable oil that has had hydrogen catalytically added so as to convert the oil to a hydrogen-saturated solid.
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These 60-calorie indulgences are free from high fructose corn syrup, partially hydrogenated oils, artificial colors and flavors.
Partially hydrogenated oils were cheap and shelf stable, and companies began to use them in thousands of foods.
Further, we have concerns that if the FDA were to finalize this determination, food processors may be pressured to replace remaining partially hydrogenated oils with those high in saturated fat such as palm or coconut oils, which would not be a good outcome for consumers.
Decker said that partially hydrogenated oil is typically only about 10 percent trans fat.
He added: "It would be counter-productive if food companies were removing hydrogenated oils containing trans-fats only to replace them with saturated fat alternatives.
Trans," which is Latin for "across," refers to the configuration of the hydrogen atoms in the process of making partially hydrogenated oil.
The unhealthful frying and baking oils are a major use of the soybeans grown in Iowa, which also is a major processor of partially hydrogenated oil.
Each of the single-serving pizzas in the Atkins Quick Quisine Pizza line has only 11g net carbs, contains more fiber and protein than traditional counterparts, and has no hydrogenated oil, the company said.
If you only make one dietary change, stop using all products that contain hydrogenated oil, partially hydrogenated oil, or vegetable shortening.
GFA Brands also markets Smart Balance buttery spread that has no hydrogenated oil.
6g salt Fifty-two per cent chicken breast with no polyphosphates, milk or soya proteins or hydrogenated oil.