Stick to canola & olive oil.
And here's how to tell if any margarine is bad for you: Leave it on the counter for an hour. If it's *solid at room temperature* after that, it's got bad stuff in it. Hydrogenation means bubbling hydrogen through a tube into some oil that should be liquid at room temperature (but has no shelf life). If you hydrogenate canola & olive oil they'd be extremely unhealthy -- but they'd have shelf lives. They'd sell!
Food manufacturers have also put saturated fat back in, because without *either* hydrogenated oil or saturated fat, that "heart healthy buttery spread" won't stay solid at room temperature. Check the Nutrition Fact labels. If the fat figures are hidden or don’t add up-- and the stuff is solid at room temperature ... that's how it will stay in your arteries.
Food manufacturers' ads are so full of deception.
The longest journey begins with a single step. And then a thousand others, and then a thousand others. Deal with it. :)
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