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    December 20, 2010



    Ya, Some trans fats, ones that exist naturally, may be good for you as natural trans fats have different effects on the body than the industrially created ones.

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    Everyone should know by now that partially hydrogenated oils kill you. As for butter, I use it regularly. It can also be used for suntanning, as Cramer evidenced on an episode of Seinfeld. The answer to good eating remains in home prepared meals, no processed foods.

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