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    17/07/26


    Coconut oil. This oil is a controversial one. A solid at room temperature, coconut oil is a saturated fat — but not all saturated fats are created equal. “This isn’t the same as the saturated fat found in red meat that clogs your arteries,” says Warren. Coconut oil has a high amount of medium-chain fatty acids, which are harder for the body to convert into stored fat, she adds. However, the AHA advises those with high cholesterol to avoid coconut oil. “It would be difficult to get your LDL cholesterol into healthy ranges eating a lot of coconut oil,” agreesKimberly Gomer, MS, RD, director of nutrition at the Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami.


    Palm oil. Palm oil is also high in saturated fat. Because they're at risk for heart disease, people with diabetes should pay close attention to their saturated fat consumption and avoid sources of the fat like palm oil, according to theAmerican Diabetes Association.


    Oils labeled as "partially hydrogenated." Most partially hydrogenated oils are made from vegetable oils like soybean or cottonseed, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest. Partially hydrogenated oils are trans fats — fats that the FDA claims have been shown to increase your risk for heart disease. Recently, the FDA ruled that manufacturers must remove all trans fats from their products by 2018. You should remove partially hydrogenated oils from your diet, too, Warren says.

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