5 Types of Artery-Clogging Foods (Slideshow)
November 5, 2013
Over-indulging in these foods could cause severe health issues
Commercial Baked Goods
See, it pays to be a home baker! Many of the store-bought baked goods you buy, from pie crusts to donuts, contain a hefty level of trans fat.
Shortening and Margarines
Though soft margarines are often safe from trans fats, stick margarine and traditional vegetable shortenings often contain a significant amount.
Unfortunately, some of the dairy products we know and love are guilty of containing the artery-clogging fat. Some cream cheese, whole milk, ice cream, and even sour cream naturally contain the unhealthy stuff — which is a little frightening when you think about how often these pop up in our diets!