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KaLena Bowers 📖🖋📷👠 Aug 26
These bars are & ! They help me on my - I recently lost over 50lbs!!! They are high in NO No NO Get them on
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EU Food Safety Apr 24
: new EU regulation sets maximum limit of industrially produced in food ✅another step towards protecting consumer health and providing Europeans with healthier food options News: More info:
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IFBA May 7
BREAKING: CEOs meet with at in Geneva – agree to enhance commitment to reduce worldwide by 2023. Press release here:
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FAT Cabaret Jul 8
We're looking for short films by (or featuring) fat trans, non-binary, intersex or gender non-conforming poc to show at our show this Friday. We're able to pay a small fee to those films shown. To submit your short film/video, please contact fatcabaret@gmail.com.
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Dr Alexey Kulikov Oct 25
Alzheimer's risk or from any cause may be 75% higher for people who eat . There are negative 'brain/cognitive' outcomes, in addition to the known cardiovascular outcomes, that are related to diet high in trans fats.
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Tyto Alba Jun 2
Replying to @fraseranningfan
The secret side effects of .
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NCDs/ENT (PAHO/OPS) Oct 3
Replying to @NCDs_PAHO
Ministers of Health agreed today on a plan to eliminate trans-fatty acids from industrial food production in the Americas to prevent cardiovascular disease ❤️ 👉🏾Read more: Americas 🌎free of
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European Society of Cardiology News Apr 24
We welcome these much awaited regulations on on whose limitation the has been strongly advocating for several years.
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Svetlana Axelrod 10 Jan 19
Annually, intake leads to >500,000 deaths of people from cardiovascular diseases ❤️ Congratulations to on banning & becoming the 1st country in ASEAN to ban the production, import & sale of transfats & foods containing them!
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kent buse Dec 6
Kudos to et al for fascinating analysis of progress on policies reported to : huge variation across countries but also common themes: underutilized, restrictions on marketing of unhealthy products lagging & neglected
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Soumya Swaminathan 28 Jan 19
More countries should ban industrially produced , a substance that increases the risk of heart diseases. The upper limit should be 0%! Kudos to for doing this.
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Dr Mark Guthridge 31 Jan 19
"Trans fats create , which is linked to heart disease, stroke, , and other chronic conditions... Even small amounts of trans fats can harm health: for every 2% of calories from consumed daily, the risk of rises by 23%"
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NCD Alliance Jan 10
Has your country enacted policies to regulate , prevent & save lives? Check out our report to see which countries have implemented policies to eliminate trans fats from their food supply✖️🍕🍟🍔✖️ ➡️
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Vicki Tapia Nov 16
risk higher in those who eat more trans fats &Dementia
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Scott Lear, PhD Jun 20
In 2006 New York City () banned 🍟in restaurants. Since then, the amount of trans fats in blood of NYC residents ⬇️>50% in AM J Public Health: A good example of health policy improving health of the people.
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Disha Foundation Jul 29
Many alternatives available. The last option is the best since it has high MUFA
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EU Food Safety 18 Dec 18
A high intake of increases disease risks - our proposal to set a maximum limit of 2 grams / 100 grams of fat in was endorsed by national authorities in the countries 👍 More 👉
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Simon Capewell Feb 22
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WHO South-East Asia Sep 24
to prevent high : 🧂Reduce daily salt intake to less than 5g 🍎Eat fruits & vegetables regularly 🍔Avoid saturated fats &a 🚭Avoid Tobacco 🍺Reduce alcohol 🏃🏻‍♀️Be physically active
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Menno van Hilten Apr 18
Report to on 's follow-up to on : - 1st signs of progress - Delivery plan for TA - NCD Accelerators - Initiatives on - Consortium to monitor practices of food companies
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