Here are the top sources of trans fat in the American diet.
Most (40%) of the trans fat Americans consume come from cakes, cookies, pies and crackers.
Animal products account for 21% of the trans fat Americans consume.
Margarine accounts for 17% of the trans fat Americans consume.
French fries and other forms of fried potatoes account for 8% of the trans fat Americans consume.
These snack foods account for 5% of the trans fat Americans consume.Source:
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