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SCI241Wk3,Individual_Understanding_Fiber_and_Fats_DavidF

Monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats are

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hydrogen particles. Monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats are actually known as forms of unsaturated fatty acids. They are derivative from root vegetables and vegetation. Monounsaturated fats exist as fats that require or are one (1) double- bonded or unsaturated carbon within the molecule. Polyunsaturated fats, actually, are known as fats that contain extra, not just one, double-bonded or unsaturated carbon within a molecule. Transfats known as trans-fatty acids, are basically non-natural fats. A trivial quantity of transfats appear as expected in meat and dairy products. Transfats are fashioned in an engineering procedure that enhances hydrogen to liquefied vegetable oils in order to make them extra compact. Transfats are known to be in some measure
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UNDERSTANDING YOUR FATS AND FIBERS 3 hydrogenated oils. Transfat raises bad cholesterol levels which can cause a stroke, heart disease, or even type 2 diabetes. Fiber is an important part in a person’s diet and aids in the waste elimination process. Fiber comes from plant materials that our bodies do not digest and provides many health benefits like lower cholesterol, reduces the risk of certain cancers, including heart disease. Fiber is classified into two types; soluble and insoluble.
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