- Why is the UK not committed to banning trans fats? - in this MSc dissertation, Shakti Maragh asks: "Why are trans fats banned in 3 places - Denmark, Switzerland and California, yet the UK is not committing to banning this food additive?" Available as pdf file.
- Getting the better of diabetes - type 2 diabetes sufferer Carol is carefully removing industrial trans fats from her diet and recording the effects of this on her condition in a unique scientific experiment beginning April 2007. "Welcome to my blog about diabetes. I am embarking on an attempt to alleviate if not cure my type 2 diabetes through the elimination of trans isomer fats from my diet, following the plan advocated by Dr John Midgely. This is going to require some quite significant changes to the way I eat ... ".
- The alarming levels of hidden trans fats in many favourite foods and how to avoid them. Which? report of 7 October 2004. "Unless you're careful to avoid it, you're likely to eat food that contains trans fat - a type of fat that clogs arteries while having no known nutritional benefit .... ".
- Press release announcing the Which report on trans fats of 7 October 2004. "Dangerous trans fat is present in shocking levels in many processed foods and must be removed from products ... A KFC meal contains an artery lickin' 4.4g of trans fat; a Burger King Whopper and fries contains a whopping 2.3g; if you want 3g of trans fat, you'll love a McDonald's McNugget meal."
- The stealth fat - "Many seemingly heart-healthy foods, made with vegetable oils containing little saturated fat and no cholesterol, harbor the most heart-unfriendly fat of all: trans fat, which currently isnít labeled... ". Published by the US Consumers Union.
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