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Is huiles végétales hydrogénée vegan?

Huiles végétales hydrogénée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is huiles végétales hydrogénée?

Huiles végétales hydrogénée, or hydrogenated vegetable oils, are created through a process of adding hydrogen to unsaturated vegetable oils in order to make them more stable and solid at room temperature. This process results in the creation of trans fats, which have been linked to negative health effects such as an increased risk of heart disease. These oils are commonly used in processed foods and baked goods due to their ability to extend shelf life and enhance texture. However, many health experts recommend limiting consumption of hydrogenated vegetable oils in favor of healthier options such as olive oil or coconut oil.

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