Current dietary advice puts the emphasis on optimizing types of dietary fats and not reducing total fat
Author Archive | Roger Clemens, DrPH, CFS, CNS, FIFT, FACN, FIAFST
The presence of 3-MCPD in foods was detected more than 35 years ago. Since 1998, many regulatory agencies recommended that 3-MCPD not exceed 0.01 to 1 ppm in acid hydrolyzed protein products.
There are epidemiologic data that do not support the position that saturated fatty acids represent a risk to the development of cardiovascular disease. There are also data that suggest dietary saturated fatty acids may reduce the risk of stroke.