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1. Heart disease and Cholesterol 2. Foods High in saturated & Trans fat 3. Butter 4. Margarine Margarine vs Butter Topics
Too much Saturated & Trans fat Build up of plaque on the blood vessels Causes heart disease Heart disease & Cholesterol
oftbiscuits Foods High in saturated & Trans fat
Butter is high in saturated fats. When consumed in excess amounts it can increase LDL ( BAD cholesterol ) levels. Increasing the risk of heart disease. Butter
Margarines are made up of unsaturated fats. Help to increase HDL ( Good Cholesterol ) levels. Margarine
Good luck with margarine!
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