Trans fatty acids

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Trans fatty acids is a type of fat produced when liquid fats (oils) are turned into solid fats through a chemical process called hydrogenation. Eating a large amount of trans fatty acid, or "trans fats", also raises blood cholesterol and risk of heart disease.

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