Trans fats will probably be remembered as one of the major dietary bugaboos of the past decade. A steady stream of scientific research early in the 2000s indicated that partially hydrogenated oils were significantly worse for the human heart and circulatory system than animal fats or vegetable oils, resulted in a flood of new labeling laws and municipal bans in recent years. But, trans fats may have been just the tip of the iceberg for many shoppers. In dairy departments, many shoppers are ...

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