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- With so many foods to choose from, it can be hard to navigate. And we're going to try to figure out what's murky in these ingredients because sometimes it says it has no trans fats and it might have trans fats. Not all the foods here have trans fats in them. That's not what we're saying. We have a variety here. And some of this is my favorite diet. So I want to bring in the experts now.

Joining me in studio is Alexis Towersey. She's a personal trainer and lifestyle coach. And on Skype, from Charlotte, North Carolina, is Vani Hari, the creator of foodbabe.com. so If I call her food babe, don't get offended. She's calls herself the food babe. Foodbabe.com.

Alexis, I want to start with you. Let's begin with out stomachs and the products in front of us. Because it's a little murky because sometimes it says it doesn't have it, but it does.

- Yeah, but when the FDA first said that, you know, food manufacturing companies had to basically put the food labeling on there and tell you how much fat and trans fat was actually in a product, even though it says zero grams of trans fat on there, it doesn't necessarily means it has zero grams of trans fat.

- Like this. My executive producer and I, Vickie Russell, were, like, this was our diet growing up. In our lunch pail, we had Funyuns or Cheetos or whatever. It says zero trans fats and when you go down there it says hydrogenated soybean oil. Does that mean trans fats?

-  Yes. Partially hydrogenated oils are trans fats. So the regulations state that the food labels must have the trans fat amount on there, but if it is under  0.5 grams, they don't actually have to declare it. It could zero grams trans fats but if you go on to the ingredients it may say partially hydrogenated oils.

- If we look at this. oh, my gosh. Do you remember honey buns, right? This honey bun has 0.5 grams of trans fats. Do they have to declare that?

- No. They don't have to declare anything less than 0.5. So, here's where the tricky situation comes in, is if you eat more than one serving, you could get more than a gram or maybe four or five grams of trans fat in one serving. And one popular product that has trans fat is microwave popcorn. I don't know when the last time you ate popcorn, Don, but I don't eat one cup, I eat one bowl. This is a real concern that trans fats are still allowed in foods when the label says zero.

- Here you go. Because I went and bought this today just for this prop and I opened it and -

- And you ate it?

-Rosa Perez -- Rosa Flores -- Rosa Perez, I can't believe I called her that. Rosa and I ate this popcorn as soon as we opened it, as soon as we got it here. Listen, Vani, why does it taste so good and it's so bad for you?

-Well, you know, the thing is, is trans fat inherently doesn't taste that different than real fat. What trans fat's does is it allowed food companies to create a shelf-stable oil that stays on the shelf forever basically and allows --

-But what's wrong with that, then? What's wrong with that?

- Well, what's wrong with that, it's clogging our arteries. It's causing up to two -- I'm sorry, 20,000 heart attacks a year and up to 7,000 deaths. I mean, just a 40-calorie increase of trans fat in your diet increases your heart rate risk -- heart disease rate risk to 23 percent. That's an astronomical.

- OK.

- We should be, I mean, eating really healthy fats.

-Listen, if Rosa and I only eat these once a month or once every three months or what have you, it's moderation, what's the big deal?

- No trans fats are good for you. Like, no trans fats are good for you. You can't argue for it in any way. There's no nutritional value. And you could make a better alternative by yourself.

- But Vodka isn't good for you, but if I have a couple glasses of vodka, what is it --

- Well, I guess, no one's perfect. But the thing is people don't realize you can eat the same foods, you just have to be really aware of how you're preparing it. You just have to prepare it differently.

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With so many foods to choose from, it can be hard to navigate. And we’re gonna try to figure out what’s murky in these ingredients, because sometimes it says it has no trans fats, and it might have trans fats, not all of the foods here, not all of the foods here have trans fats in them, that’s not what we are saying, but we just have a variety here, so now this is my favorite diet, cheese. So I wanna bring in the experts now. Joining me now in studio is Alexa Towersey, she’s been on before, you’ve seen her, she’s a personal trainer and a lifestyle coach. And on Skype, from Charlotte, North Carolina is Vani Hari, the creator of FoodBabe.com, so if I call her the food babe, don’t get offended, she calls herself the food babe, foodbabe.com. So let’s, I wanna start with you, let’s begin with our stomachs and the products we have in front of us, because it’s a little bit murky, right? Because sometimes it says it doesn’t have it, but it does.  

Yeah, like, when the FDA first said that you know, food manufacturers and companies had to basically put the food labeling on there and tell you how much fat and trans fat was actually in a product, even though it says 0 grams of trans fats on there, it doesn’t necessarily mean it has 0 grams of trans fat.

Ok, like this, my executive producer and I, Vickie Russell, like, this was our diet growing up, like in our lunch bill, we’ve got like bunions, or chitos or whatever, so it says 0 trans-fat, but when you go down in it, it says hydrogenated soybean oil. Does that mean trans fat?

Yeah, so basically, partially hydrogenated vegetable oils are trans fats, so the regulations state that every word, the food labels must have the tans fat amount on them, but if it is under 0.5 grams, they don't actually have to declare it, so it could say 0 grams trans fat, but if you go down to the ingredients on there, it may actually say partially hydrogenated.

Ok, so if we look at this, oh my gosh, do you remember, you remember honeybuns, right? Honey, this honeybun has a 0.5 trans fat, 0.5 grams of trans fat, Vani, do they have to declare that?

No, they don’t have to declare anything less than 0.5, so here’s where the tricky situation comes in, is that if you eat more than one serving, you could get more than a gram or maybe 4 or 5 grams of trans fat in one serving, and one popular product that has trans fat is microwave popcorn , and I don't know the last time when you ate popcorn Don, but when I eat it, I don’t eat just one cup, I eat one big bowl, so this is the real concern that you know, trans fat are still allowed in foods when the label says 0.

Ok, here you go, when you said hum, because I went and bought this today, just for this pro, and I opened it, and

And you ate it?

Grosa Prez which is Grosa Flauris, Rosa Prez can we call it, Grosa and I ate this popcorn today, as soon as we opened it, as soon as we got it here, so listen, why does it, Vani, why does it taste so good and it’s so bad for you?

You know, the thing is trans fat inherently doesn’t taste that different than real fat, what trans fat has done is to allow food companies to create shelf stable oil that stays on the shelf forever basically.

But what’s wrong with that thing, what’s wrong with that?

Well, what’s wrong with that is it’s clotting our arteries, it’s causing up to 2, I’m sorry, 20,000 heart attacks a year, and up to 7,000 deaths, I mean, just a 40 calorie increase of trans fat in your diet, increases you heart rate risk, your heart disease rate risk to 23%, that’s astronomical, we should be consuming really healthy fat.

Ok, alright, so listen, if Rose and I only eat these once a month, or once every 3 months, what, have you, I mean, it’s moderation, what’s the big deal?

No trans fats are good for you, like no trans fats are good for you, you can’t argue for it, and anyway, there’s no nutritional value, and you could actually make a better alternative by yourself.

Yeah, but vodka isn’t good for you, but if I have a couple of glasses of vodka, you know, what does that?

Well, I guess no one is perfect, but I mean, the thing is people are not realizing you can actually eat the same foods, you just have to be really aware of how you are preparing it, you just have to prepare it differently.
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With so many foods to choose from, it can be hard to navigate. And we’re gonna try to figure out what’s murky in these ingredients, because sometimes it says it has no trans fats, and it might have trans fats. Not all of the foods here, not all of the foods here have trans fats in them, that’s not what we are saying, but we just have a variety here. So now this is my favorite diet, cheese. So I wanna bring in the experts now. Joining me now in studio is Alexa Towersey, she’s been on before, you’ve seen her. She’s a personal trainer and a lifestyle coach. And on Skype, from Charlotte, North Carolina is Vani Hari, the creator of FoodBabe.com, so if I call her the food babe, don’t get offended, she calls herself the food babe, foodbabe.com. So let’s, I wanna start with you, let’s begin with our stomachs and the products we have in front of us, because it’s a little bit murky, right? Because sometimes it says it doesn’t have it, but it does.  

Yeah, like, when the FDA first said that you know, food manufacturers and companies had to basically put the food labeling on there and tell you how much fat and trans fat was actually in a product, even though it says 0 grams of trans fat on there, it doesn’t necessarily mean it has 0 grams of trans fat.

Ok, like this, my executive producer and I, Vickie Russell, like, this was our diet growing up, like in our lunch bill, we’ve got like bunions, or chitos or whatever, so it says 0 trans fat, but when you go down in it, it says hydrogenated soybean oil. Does that mean trans fat?

Yeah, so basically, partially hydrogenated vegetable oils are trans fats, so the regulations state that every word, the food labels must have the tans fat amount on them. But if it is under 0.5 grams, they don't actually have to declare it. So it could say 0 grams trans-fat, but if you go down to the ingredients on there, it may actually say partially hydrogenated.

Ok. So if we look at this, oh my gosh, do you remember, you remember honeybuns, right? Honey, this honeybun has a 0.5 trans-fat, 0.5 grams of trans fat. Vani, do they have to declare that?

No, they don’t have to declare anything less than 0.5, so here’s where the tricky situation comes in, is that if you eat more than one serving, you could get more than a gram or maybe 4 or 5 grams of trans fat in one serving, and one popular product that has trans fat is microwave popcorn , and I don't know when the last time you ate popcorn, Don, but when I eat it, I don’t eat just one cup, I eat one big bowl, so this is the real concern that you know, trans fat are still allowed in foods when the label says 0.

Ok, here you go, when you said how, because I went and bought this today, just for this pro, and I opened it, and…

And you ate it?

Grosa Prez which is Grosa Flauris, Rosa Prez can we call it, Grosa and I ate this popcorn today, as soon as we opened it, as soon as we got it here. So listen, why does it, Vani, why does it taste so good and it’s so bad for you?

You know, the thing is that trans fat inherently doesn’t taste that different than real fat, what trans fat has done is it allows food companies to create a shelf stable oil that stays on the shelf forever basically.

But what’s wrong with that thing, what’s wrong with that?

Well, what’s wrong with that is it’s clotting our arteries, it’s causing up to 2, I’m sorry, 20,000 heart attacks a year, and up to 7,000 deaths, I mean, just a 40 calorie increase of trans fat in your diet, increases you heart rate risk, your heart disease rate risk to 23%. That’s astronomical. We should be consuming really healthy fat.

Ok, alright, so listen, if Rose and I only eat these once a month, or once every 3 months, what, have you, I mean, it’s moderation, what’s the big deal?

No trans fats are good for you, like no trans fats are good for you, you can’t argue for it, and anyway, there’s no nutritional value, and you could actually make a better alternative by yourself.

Yeah, but vodka isn’t good for you, but if I have a couple of glasses of vodka, you know, what does that…

Well, I guess no one is perfect, but I mean, the thing is people are not realizing you can actually eat the same foods, you just have to be really aware of how you are preparing it, you just have to prepare it differently.
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With so many foods to choose from, it can be hard to navigate. And we’re gonna try to figure out what’s murky in these ingredients, because sometimes it says it has no trans fats, and it might have trans fats, not all of the foods here, not all of the foods here have trans fats in them, that’s not what we are saying, but we just have a variety here, so now this is my favorite diet, cheese. So I wanna bring in the experts now. Joining me now in studio is Alexa Towersey, she’s been on before, you’ve seen her, she’s a personal trainer and a lifestyle coach. And on Skype, from Charlotte, North Carolina is Vani Hari, the creator of FoodBabe.com, so if I call her the food babe, don’t get offended, she calls herself the food babe, foodbabe.com. So let’s, I wanna start with you, let’s begin with our stomachs and the products we have in front of us, because it’s a little bit murky, right? Because sometimes it says it doesn’t have it, but it does.  

Yeah, like, when the FDA first said that you know, food manufacturers and companies had to basically put the food labeling on there and tell you how much fat and trans fat was actually in a product, even though it says 0 grams of trans fats on there, it doesn’t necessarily mean it has 0 grams of trans fat.

Ok, like this, my executive producer and I, Vickie Russell, like, this was our diet growing up, like in our lunch bill, we’ve got like bunions, or chitos or whatever, so it says 0 trans-fat, but when you go down in it, it says hydrogenated soybean oil. Does that mean trans fat?

Yeah, so basically, partially hydrogenated vegetable oils are trans fats, so the regulations state that every word, the food labels must have the tans fat amount on them, but if it is under 0.5 grams, they don't actually have to declare it, so it could say 0 grams trans fat, but if you go down to the ingredients on there, it may actually say partially hydrogenated.

Ok, so if we look at this, oh my gosh, do you remember, you remember honeybuns, right? Honey, this honeybun has a 0.5 trans fat, 0.5 grams of trans fat, Vani, do they have to declare that?

No, they don’t have to declare anything less than 0.5, so here’s where the tricky situation comes in, is that if you eat more than one serving, you could get more than a gram or maybe 4 or 5 grams of trans fat in one serving, and one popular product that has trans fat is microwave popcorn , and I don't know the last time when you ate popcorn Don, but when I eat it, I don’t eat just one cup, I eat one big bowl, so this is the real concern that you know, trans fat are still allowed in foods when the label says 0.

Ok, here you go, when you said hum, because I went and bought this today, just for this pro, and I opened it, and

And you ate it?

Grosa Prez which is Grosa Flauris, Rosa Prez can we call it, Grosa and I ate this popcorn today, as soon as we opened it, as soon as we got it here, so listen, why does it, Vani, why does it taste so good and it’s so bad for you?

You know, the thing is trans fat inherently doesn’t taste that different than real fat, what trans fat has done is to allow food companies to create shelf stable oil that stays on the shelf forever basically.

But what’s wrong with that thing, what’s wrong with that?

Well, what’s wrong with that is it’s clotting our arteries, it’s causing up to 2, I’m sorry, 20,000 heart attacks a year, and up to 7,000 deaths, I mean, just a 40 calorie increase of trans fat in your diet, increases you heart rate risk, your heart disease rate risk to 23%, that’s astronomical, we should be consuming really healthy fat.

Ok, alright, so listen, if Rose and I only eat these once a month, or once every 3 months, what, have you, I mean, it’s moderation, what’s the big deal?

No trans fats are good for you, like no trans fats are good for you, you can’t argue for it, and anyway, there’s no nutritional value, and you could actually make a better alternative by yourself.

Yeah, but vodka isn’t good for you, but if I have a couple of glasses of vodka, you know, what does that?

Well, I guess no one is perfect, but I mean, the thing is people are not realizing you can actually eat the same foods, you just have to be really aware of how you are preparing it, you just have to prepare it differently.
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Ok, like this, my executive producer and I, Vickie Russell, like, this was our diet growing up, like in our lunch bill, we’ve got like bunions, or chitos or whatever
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[Homework]2013-11-16&11-18 美国政府建议禁止加工食品使用人造反式脂肪

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[Homework]【整理】2013-11-16&11-18 美国政府建议禁止加工食品使用人造反式脂肪

Now we have so many foods to choose from,it can be hard to navigate and we gonna try to figure out what's merky in these ingredients because sometimes it says there has no transfats and mine has tranfats, not all of the foods here not all of foods here have trans fats that's  not we were saying,but we just have a variety here, some of these is my favorite diet.Cheese so we bring me the experts now.join me now in the studio let me tell you she is on before you she is personal trainer and life coach on skype from Southern California the creator of food-date com. but call yourself food date com. So let's understand with you. Let begin with our products we have in front of us because it is a little bit merkey right?Because sometime it does not have the budget, it does?Yeah ,when the FDA first said that, you know food manufacturing company had to basic put the food on tell you how much fat and tranfats actually in the product even though  the doesn't necessarily may have the zero grams
like this,my exact food this so it says dying growing zero transfat when you go down it is high dysoybean oil.Is that means transfat.
Yeah,so basic high vegetable oil are the transfat.SO the regulation state that the food labels must write down have the transfat 0.5 grounds they don't have actually to delare it the so it could save 0.5 tranfats but if you go to the ingredients on there ,my hydrid
OK, if we look at this,remember honey bars,this honey bars has 0 .5 grounds of trans fat. did they have to declare that?
No,they don't have to declare anything less than 0.5, so here is for tricky situation comes in you have more than one service you can get more than the gram maybe 4, 5 grams of than fat one popular products that has tranfats and I don't know the last time the US when I eat it ,I just eat ball this is transfat is still allowed in food when the label says it is zero.
OK,here you go.when you say because I go for today because it is product and I open it as soon as we eat it SO,listen why it tasted so good,and so bad for you ?
You know the things is the transfat doesn't taste differently the real fat.when transfat is down for the few companies to create a shell stable oil.that stay on the shelf  up forever basic
but what's wrong with that.
What's wrong with that?It cause problems,it cause up to I'm sorry ,20,000 heart attacks a year and up to 7000 deaths, I means just 40 calorie in increase transfat in you diet increase your heart rate risk.heart diseases these risk to 23%.that's aseconomic we should
so listen if Rose and I only eat these once a month ,once every three months
I means it is smartration what is the big deal?
no transfat good for you ?Like can you argue for it? no nutrition value and you could better alternative by yourself?
Yeah the market is good for you,but if you have a couple of the you know,what is
I guess,NO Perfect,I means
the things is that people realized  that you can actually have the food you just have to very aware you just have to prepare




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