Difference between naturally occurring and industrial trans-fats?
There seems to be a biological difference between trans-fat sources... Industrially synthesized trans fats are the biologically irrelevant fats we learned about that act like saturated fats, but cannot be catabolized.
Naturally occurring trans fats may have health benefits. But at least we know for sure that these sources they are not linked with cardiovascular disease like the industrial trans-fats.
How do you think we can trace these trans-fats better, instead of aiming for 0.0 g of trans-fats?
I end up eating an average of 0.3 g per day.