Good Fat or Bad Fat

by J. Torre
(Florida)

Original Text: Good Fat or Bad Fat


Do you know what is a good fat? Perhaps you think that all fats are bad for you but, do you know that some fats are necessary for many essential bodily functions. However some fats can lead you to gain weight and can expose you to a variety of diseases.
The Following Oil is Poison in Your Food
Hydrogenated Oils or Partially Hydrogenated Oils
Hydrogenated oils are harmful to your health. Check the nutrition facts on the label of foods you buy at the grocery store and eliminate the products containing any kind of hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oil.
But what is it? Hydrogenation is a chemical process that serves as a preservative, increases the shelf life of a product and alters the taste and texture of the food. This method also changes the molecular structure of the oil and since your body can't recognize the molecule, process it as a toxin.
Diseases like type II diabetes mellitus, prostate and breast cancer, high cholesterol, inflammation, birth defects, Alzheimer disease, heart disease, infertility, weight gain and obesity and many more has been linked to this toxin. Company profits - not your health – is the main reason they created this chemical process.
For a comprehensive list of diseases and to learn the risk to your health, visit:
http://www.truthpublishing.com/poisonfood_p/yprint-cat21284.htm
Some foods that contains hydrogenated oil are:
margarine chips
cookies sugar cereals
fat free and low fat snacks crackers
pretzels cereal bars
microwave popcorn
This harmful ingredient is also found in many packaged food promoted as “health foods.”

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Revised Text:

Do you know what a good fat is? Perhaps you think that all fats are bad for you, but do you know that some fats are necessary for many essential bodily functions? However, some fats can lead you to gain weight and can expose you to a variety of diseases.

The following oils are poison in your food;
Hydrogenated Oils or Partially Hydrogenated Oils.

Hydrogenated oils are harmful to your health. Check the nutrition facts on the labels of foods you buy at the grocery store and eliminate the products containing any kind of hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oil.

But what is it? Hydrogenation is a chemical process that serves as a preservative, increases the shelf life of a product and alters the taste and texture of the food. This method also changes the molecular structure of the oil, and since your body can't recognize the molecule, processes it as a toxin.

Diseases like type II diabetes mellitus, prostate and breast cancer, high cholesterol, inflammation, birth defects, Alzheimer disease, heart disease, infertility, weight gain and obesity, and many more, have been linked to this toxin. Company profits - not your health – is the main reason they created this chemical process.

For a comprehensive list of diseases and to learn the risk to your health, visit:
http://www.xxx

Some foods that contains hydrogenated oil are:
margarine,
chips,
cookies,
sugar cereals,
fat free and low fat snacks,
crackers,
pretzels,
cereal bars,
microwave popcorn.

This harmful ingredient is also found in many packaged foods promoted as “health foods.”

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