How Bad Trans Fat Causes CHD & Other Health Risks
Part 4 of 4
Trans fats are bad and harmful to your body in a variety of ways, including your blood and how they prevent your cells from doing their job.
By contrast, more healthful “good fats” come from a variety of foods such as extra-virgin cold-pressed olive oil, organic coconut oil and even grass-fed butter such as the brand KerryGold.
(Grass fed produces more omega-3 fatty acids, while even organic factory farmed dairy is unbalanced toward the omega-6 fatty acids).
How Trans Fats Cause Coronary Heart Disease
When you eat anything containing these thicker, denser, artificially created trans fats, your blood also becomes thicker and more viscous.