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Foods Containing No Hydrogenated Oils
January 15th, 2001 - Updated August 29, 2005 - Dec. 15, 2009
May 5, 2010
David Lawrence Dewey
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Below is an updated list of food companies that manufacture oils and foods
that do not contain hydrogenated oils. You have to make sure that on their labels states, "cold expeller pressed oil". Some of these companies still use heat extraction. The bottle must say "cold expeller pressed."
Some oils such as coconut oil may be heated to 80 degrees for cold expeller pressing. This low temperature DOES NOT create trans fatty acids which is a by product of hydrogenated oils. When oils are heated at high temperatures for refining, trans fatty acids are produced
Keep in mind that pure 100% unrefined oils cost more than the refined oils
in the grocery market. Also these foods may cost a little more and I leave you with you with this question...isn't your health worth a few extra dollars?
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