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ANIMAL PRODUCT
EXCESSIVE FAT
CHICKEN FAT
MEAT MEAL PROCESSING
DRIPPING
EXCELLENT SOURCE
VEGETABLE
WHALE OIL
VEGETARIAN DIETS
DIET
VEGETABLE OIL
VEGETABLE OILS
TALLOW
VEGETABLE FATS
ANIMALS
EATING MEAT
BYPRODUCT
DIETS
MEAT
FOAMING
ENERGY CONTENT
SATURATED FAT
STEARIC
FATS
FAT
VEGETABLES
VEGETARIANS
DIET LOW
DIET HIGH
ANIMAL FAT
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Definitions

  1. Animal fat is a byproduct of meat meal processing.
  2. Animal fat is a further low quality ingredient and is impossible to determine the source. (Web site)
  3. Animal fat is considered meat for purposes of kashrut. (Web site)

Animal Product

  1. I ask this because most of the household products we use everyday contain some degree of animal product, like Soap contains animal fat.

Excessive Fat

  1. Animal fat and fried foods: Excessive fat can cause pancreatitis. (Web site)

Chicken Fat

  1. Some sources of animal fat include blubber, cod liver oil, lard pork fat, beef tallow, schmaltz or chicken fat.

Meat Meal Processing

  1. Animal fat is a by-product of meat meal processing.

Dripping

  1. Dripping, also known as beef or pork dripping, is an animal fat produced from the fatty or otherwise unusable parts of cow or pig carcasses. (Web site)

Excellent Source

  1. Whales are an excellent source of protein and animal fat.

Vegetable

  1. F. Do not allow waste products (petroleum, grease, oil, solvents, vegetable or mineral oil, animal fat, etc.) to come in contact with the roof membrane. (Web site)

Whale Oil

  1. Whale oil made from animal fat was used as fuel. (Web site)

Vegetarian Diets

  1. Vegetarian diets may decrease the risks of colorectal cancer due to the lack of animal fat. (Web site)

Diet

  1. People with PKU may be deficient in several nutrients, due to the restricted diet which is low in protein and animal fat. (Web site)

Vegetable Oil

  1. Quantity of feedstocks required Current worldwide production of vegetable oil and animal fat is not sufficient to replace liquid fossil fuel use. (Web site)
  2. Vegetable oil s and animal fat s are fatty esters in the form of triglyceride s.

Vegetable Oils

  1. Biodiesel fuel is generally made from vegetable oils (soy being the most popular) or animal fat, either way it is biodegradeable.

Tallow

  1. Biodiesel is typically made by chemically reacting lipids (e.g., vegetable oil, animal fat (tallow)) with an alcohol. (Web site)

Vegetable Fats

  1. Similarly, soap made from animal fat rather than vegetable fats is avoided. (Web site)

Animals

  1. Relating to, characteristic of, or derived from an animal or animals: animal fat. (Web site)

Eating Meat

  1. All of the diseases mentioned are primarily 20th century occurrences, yet people have been eating meat and animal fat for thousands of years. (Web site)

Byproduct

  1. A byproduct of soap manufacture (normally uses animal fat). (Web site)

Diets

  1. Colon cancer appears to be more common in people who eat diets that are low in fiber and high in refined sugar and animal fat.
  2. Comparative studies between diets show higher occurrences of gallstones in diets that are high in animal fat and sugar and low in fiber and vegetable fat. (Web site)

Meat

  1. This fact proves that our early ancestors ate meat, and that the human organism is historically adapted to the consumption of animal fat. (Web site)
  2. Bhutias usually take rice with animal fat fried vegetables or meat.

Foaming

  1. Maple syrup can be treated with a very small amount of animal fat, butter, or cream to reduce foaming.

Energy Content

  1. The energy content of animal fat is identical to other lipids.

Saturated Fat

  1. Saturated fat is also called "animal fat" because it is found in foods that originally come from animals. (Web site)
  2. Animal fat contains some cholesterol and saturated fat.

Stearic

  1. It comes from stearic acid, which usually is derived from tallow, or animal fat.

Fats

  1. Animal fat s are rendered tissue fats that can be obtained from a variety of animals.

Fat

  1. When the fat becomes solid, the body treats it more like a saturated fat, like butter or animal fat.
  2. In addition, there is some evidence that a diet higher in fat, especially animal fat, may increase the risk of prostate cancer.
  3. But people in Punjab ate almost seventeen times more fat than people from Madras and most of it was animal fat. (Web site)

Vegetables

  1. So take in large amounts of fruits and vegetables, and foods that are low in arachidonic acid (animal fat), to relieve pain.

Vegetarians

  1. Vegetarians often maintain that a diet of meat and animal fat leads to a pre-mature death. (Web site)

Diet Low

  1. Eating a diet low in red meat and animal fat, and high in fiber, is thought to help prevent rectal polyps. (Web site)

Diet High

  1. Diet. Some studies suggest that men who eat a diet high in animal fat or meat may be at increased risk for prostate cancer. (Web site)
  2. The cause of most rectal polyps is unknown, however a diet high in animal fat and red meat, and low in fiber, is thought to encourage polyp formation. (Web site)
  3. Diet: a diet high in animal fat may increase the risk of colon cancer.

Animal Fat

  1. Eat vegetables: Vegetarians have lower cholesterol and less heart disease do than meat eaters, in part because they avoid animal fat.
  2. Diet: Studies suggest that diets high in fat (especially animal fat) and low in calcium, folate, and fiber may increase the risk of colorectal cancer.
  3. Diet. A diet high in animal fat and low in fruits and vegetables may increase your risk of pancreatic cancer. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Diet High
  2. Vegetable Oil
  3. Nutrition > Nutrients > Fats > Saturated Fat
  4. Lower Cholesterol
  5. Nutrition > Diets > Vegetarianism > Vegetarians
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