Another name for hydrogenated polyunsaturated fatty acids is trans fats. Bet you’ve heard of that one. The rumors are true — trans fats do contribute to heart disease and other major chronic health problems.
These are a healthier version of the usual deep-fried falafel. The problem with deep-frying is that oils kept at high temperatures for a long time will develop what are known as trans fats, which are toxic and much worse for you than any fat on its own could be. Serves 4
HEALTHY DIET SUGGESTIONS: 1. Limit consumption of nightshade vegetables like potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers and completely avoid them is there is a chronic inflammatory disorder such as arthritis. 2. Limit starchy foods and sugar and if they are eaten, balance with adequate protein and good oils. 3. Eat plenty of non-starchy vegetables. 4. Limit processed foods as much as possible. 5. Avoid trans fats and hydrogenated oils. 6. Lower or eliminate wheat consumption...
When does ‘Zero Trans Fat” Does Not Mean ‘Zero’ Trans Fat? It’s scary to find out, that even when we think we are eating healthier, the large food corporations have tricked us into eating more garbage.