When you have foods that contain fat in them they have the potential to turn rancid. For that reason manufacturers want to keep the fat in the food but increase its shelf life. They can do that by sometimes adding trans fatty acids through a process called hydrogenation.
Manufacturers sometimes purposely hydrogenate oils because it increases the stability and shelf life. This way some very high fat snack foods can stay on the shelf for many years without going bad. If you look at the ingredient list you may see that it contains partially hydrogenated vegetable oils. That's a key that this food does have trans fatty acids.
Trans fatty acids tend to be in foods that we shouldn't really be eating a lot of anyway. Stuff like baked goods, margarine or shortening.
You really don't need any trans fats in your diet.
To read more on trans fats, you can go here, here and here.
Tony isn't a licensed nutritionist yet, so he can't give anyone advice on what to do. Please consult your doctor for his professional opinion on a diet/nutrition program that will work for you.
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