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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 What are trans fats? In recent years, trans fats have obtained a bad reputation. Loss of territories - productive land,industries and raw resources When someone obtains high levels of Low density lipoprotein (bad) and low levels of high density lipoprotein (good)he or she is much more likely to obtain heart disease. Trans fats are used with proteins to create lipoprotein. Lipoproteins are used carry cholesterol and help fat get into our cells. Trans fats are macro molecules categorized as lipids.From there, they are located under fatty acids. Fatty acids are composed of Hydrogen, Carbon, and Oxygen atoms. What threat do trans fats posses? The molecule is saturated with hydrogen atoms.They easily stack. Fatty acids can be either Trans fats fall under the category.They are liquid at roomtemperature. Trans fats can be found in cookies, cakes, chips, fried foods, and even coffee creamer The molecule contains double bonds makingthe molecule irregular in shape. Trans fats- Are they really as evil as people say? Fats are usually stored to be used for energy in the future. They alsoinsulate cells and organs. O C H Saturated Unsaturated unsaturated Saturated fats are solid at room temperature. This is where the problem starts. Trans fats seam to increase the levels of "bad" cholesterol (LDL) and decrease thelevel of "good" cholesterol (HDL). kills 600,000 Americans each year.That's 1 out of 4 deaths caused by heart diseasein America Heart disease But that's not all of it! A study was done that was usedto see how trans fats would effect1,000 middle age working men.Men that had more trans fats intheir systems had a less thenfavorable memory. (Comes fromthe American Heart Association) H-C H=C
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