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01/18/22 at 05:39:22
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Facebook page Oh, it'sเกมสล็อตIntroducing the number one popular slot website for new slot spinners. You may be wondering  like this by Ajarn Jet of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jesada Denduangboriban Lecturer at Department of Biology Faculty of Science Chulalongkorn University Indicates the dangers of “creamer” that non-dairy creamer is also dangerous from trans fats. But currently the manufacturer has adjusted the new formula. with less trans fat ingredients Therefore, creamer may not be as dangerous to consume as in the past.

Ajarn Jet explains that "creamer is 'real' harmful to the heart from the 'trans fat' contained in it.

Which, in short, just like that, it might make people worry differently. So I have to explain that if it was 4-5 years ago, yes, but now the non-dairy creamers have changed the formula. According to the new law announced since 2018, the amount of 'trans fat' is much less. and less harmful to health follow along

“Only the consumption of fat However, it's not very good anyway. It's good to reduce it.

“In the past, technology has been developed in food production. to reduce the consumption of animal fats High levels of 'saturated fatty acids', such as butter, fatty acids, are known to be unhealthy. especially for the blood vessels and heart Therefore, vegetable oils such as soybean oil are used. with unsaturated fatty acids Partially hydrogenated fatty acids are partially hydrogenated by hydrogenation, thereby changing their properties to a more viscous solid. Has stable properties, not easy to liquid, can be stored for a long time, high heat resistance Become margarine that can be used as a substitute for real butter. at a lower price as well

But during 2016-2017, there was a huge campaign around the world to reduce and stop consuming foods in the group of creamer, margarine, shortening, margarine, bakery shortening, etc., which are made from vegetable oils. These are partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) because they are found to contain trans fats. which research in the latter found that trans fats to increase total cholesterol levels Increased levels of bad cholesterol (LDL) and triglycerides. as well as reducing good cholesterol (HDL) levels, which increases the risk of cardiovascular disease to other chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs), such as diabetes and high blood pressure

Trans fats are actually found in nature, such as in lean meats, milk and butter, but are found in very small amounts. while trans fats produced by partially hydrogenation of vegetable oils will have more quantity The lower the percentage of hydrogenation in vegetable oils, the more trans fats are produced. For example, the 50% hydrogenated type produces more trans fats than the 80% hydrogenated type.
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