- Transfat: the Time Bomb in Your Food - by Maggie Stanfield (Souvenir Press, 2008). According to the publishers, "In this readable, accessible and eminently practical book, Stanfield explains how to identify trans fat in the ingredients listed on food packaging, how to be more aware of what is in your food and understand what it is doing to your health. She explains what you, as a parent, can do for your family's health and what we, as consumers, can do to change what is stocked in our supermarkets." The only problem is, that thanks to timely voluntary action by supermarkets and the UK food industry (with a few shameful exceptions), there's precious little trans fat in the UK diet any more.
- Trans Fatty Acids in Human Nutrition - edited by Jean Louis Sébédio and William W. Christie (creator of the Lipid Library), published by The Oily Press, 1998. Excellent and scholarly work, only let down by its high price pf £49. "In this book, authors who are recognized international authorities in their fields have reviewed the occurrence, consumption, analysis, biochemistry and health effects of the different types of trans fatty acids giving us an up-to-date and realistic picture of the topic ... "
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