AHA on trans fats
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Consumers should limit daily intake of trans fatty acids to less than one percent of energy a day in order to stay heart healthy and avoid cardiovascular events, the American Heart Association states in Diet & Lifestyle Recommendations published in the journal Circulation June 20. The specification of a limited amount of trans fatty acid marks the first time a major health organization has specified a recommended limit on consumption of the substance, which is found in partially hydrogenated oils and used in some packaged foods. AHA also recommends limiting saturated fats to no more than seven percent of daily calories, and incorporating the use of healthier oils into cooking. The guidelines do not recommend vitamin supplementation and advise consumption of essential nutrients through healthy eating...
You may also be interested in...
“There’s a heightened need for products that deliver against health, hygiene and clean home concerns and a willingness to spend just a little bit more to ensure that I’m using a product that I know and trust,” says CFO Jon Moeller
Curon thinks tenalisib can offer a differentiated and safe new therapy for hematologic cancers such as multiple forms of lymphoma. Axis and PharmaEssentia team up on TCR therapy R&D in Taiwan.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to drive innovation in robotics to provide care and comfort at a safe distance.