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What can I do to limit my trans fat intake?

Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Internal Medicine

The best advice is to cut out as much saturated fat and trans fat from your diet as possible. Use liquid vegetable oils in recipes that call for butter or margarine. Make substitutions. If you decide to eat margarine, buy liquid or tub margarine. The first ingredient listed in the fine print should be water, vegetable oil, or a vegetable oil blend.

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