ADDITIVE: PGPR (polyglycerol polyricinoleate) What are you doing in my chocolate, little PGPR? You wern’t there a few years ago :( :( PGPR is a chocolate emulsifier which reduces the viscosity of chocolate and compounds resulting in considerable cost savings. Antioxidant-filled cocoa butter has been replaced with PGPR in their cheaper chocolates.
Trans fats are twice as dangerous for your heart as saturated fat, and cause tens of thousands of premature heart disease deaths each year. Check the ingredient list for any of these words: “partially hydrogenated,” “fractionated,” or “hydrogenated” and stay far, far away. Use coconut oil, olive oil, grass-fed butter, or ghee in your cooking.
4 Skills That'll Make You a Healthy Home Cook: Flash: Self.com Good, quick read with some valid and accurate points. One of the biggest keys to my successful weight loss was the monitoring and cutting back on fat...this article gives me even more ideas on how to do that! Excited to try them out!
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