fat is also referred to as industrial trans
fat and partially hydrogenated fat.
Elsewhere, mainstream cinema history is examined from a trans
perspective by a guest panel featuring June Roche, Kimberley Clark and Victoria Gigante (June 30, HOME); trans
fashion goes under the spotlight in the discussion event Trans
Men Wear It Well (July 1, Manchester Art Gallery); while Stand By Your Tran
will provide a fitting festival finale with its lively mix of music, comedy and spoken word (July 3, Royal Exchange).
"Yusif's Tales," by Muhammad Khudayyir, trans
The city banned use of trans
fatty acids in restaurants two years later.
The report, which was presented in response to members of the House's questions about the government's action to eliminate margarine and vegetable ghee, said that trans
fat is considered to be the worst type of fat one can eat.
But for some trans
people this is more difficult -- they may be visibly trans
, and this might mean they experience hate crime, discrimination or harassment in the workplace, or are challenged when trying to use the spaces and services that best match their identity.
fat, PHVO, or Partially Hydrogenated Oils (PHO) is found in margarine, vegetable shortening, ghee (clarified butter from India), fried food (especially those in fast food joints), doughnuts, baked goods (crackers, biscuits, and cookie), snacks, pies, and pre-mixed products (pancake and hot chocolate mixes).
children are ostracised and bullied by their fellows at school.
Are you centering the leadership of trans
people organizing around their experiences with racism, economic injustice, transmisogyny, ableism, immigration, incarceration, and other intersecting oppressions?
fats, however, elevate bad cholesterol (low-density lipoprotein or LDL) levels and lower good cholesterol (high-density lipoprotein or HDL) levels in humans, enhancing risks of developing heart disease, type 2 diabetes and stroke.
Beyer was the first trans
person to run for office in Maryland.
fats, better known to many consumers as partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, that also includes products like margarine, have contributed to a half million deaths a year, many of those in developing countries.