Reducing trans-fats while enhancing performance

Thursday 15 February 2007

Trans-fatty acids, which are present in partly hydrogenated fats as well as in animal fats (including milk fat and dairy products), can increase the levels of blood lipids, and have also been found to affect the ratio of HDL and LDL cholesterol – a major risk factor for coronary heart disease. Nutrisoft 55 is a distilled monoglyceride based on partly unsaturated vegetable fat, and contains less than one percent trans-fats. As such, it supports the development of prepared foods with very low trans-fatty acid contents, which are more attractive to health-conscious consumers and more acceptable to nutrition experts.

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