The independent Institute of Medicine finds "there's no safe level of consumption of artificial trans fat."
WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration today announced plans to revoke the “generally recognized as safe” status for partially hydrogenated oils, the main source of artificial trans fat, based on their negative health effects. “This determination, which is based on available scientific evidence and the findings of expert scientific panels, is an important step towards removing harmful trans fat from processed foods and will also allow adequate time for food ...
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