I'm Diane Hoch, and this is 10 types of foods that have high trans fat. Trans fats are created when liquid fats are hydrogenated into more solid fats. These fats have been consistently added to package foods and are link to high cholesterol disease and heart disease. Let's talk about 10 types of of notorious for their high trans fat. Spreads and margarines, packed foods, packaged soups, fast foods, frozen foods, baked goods, chips and crackers, breakfast cereals and energy bars, cookies and candy, dips and toppings. These are all foods that are notorious for food manufacturer's to add hydrogenated oils and hydrogenated fats into. Why? Because they preserve packaged food to enable it to last on the shelves for a year to two years. But guess what? It's harming our bodies. The human body does not know how to, how to assimilate trans fat and it really is causing issues. So, good thing, food manufacturers don't want to lose the market share, they don't want to lose your business. So, here with me on this table are foods that don't contain trans fat. They're, you know, smarter than that. So, we have cereals, we have chips, we have some soups, we have crackers, some granola bars that are devoid of the ingredient that's going to be so harmful to you. Hydrogenating oil to create trans fats is one of the most dangerous modern developments in food preservation and I highly recommend avoiding it. So, read your labels because fortunately you have other options to choose from.