Quelle est graisse de transport ?

Les graisses de transport sont des graisses insaturées produites à partir des huiles végétales. Elles sont utilisées généralement dans la préparation de la margarine et des nourritures commercialement cuites au four ou frites.

Les aliments de préparation rapide sont souvent élevés en graisse de transport.

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Last Updated: Jun 18, 2019

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