You Should Know

January 2018 Issue

Is Margarine Bad for You?

Are you wondering if margarine is a healthful choice? Simply put, margarine is a butter substitute made with vegetable oils that are emulsified with a liquid—usually water or sometimes milk. Not so long ago, margarine received a bad rap because it often contained unfavorable amounts of saturated fats and trans fats from partially hydrogenated vegetable oils.

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