I was going to buy some Met-Rx meal replacements and one thing that worries me about it is they contain partially hydrogenated oils, which for anyone who doesn’t know is a dead give-away to trans-fatty acid, which cause a whole heap of problems in the human body. Would anyone like to comment on this? Does anyone know how to calculate how many grams of trans-fatty acids are in it?
I don’t know the current Met-Rx formulation,
which does seem to have changed, judging from
taste, since the company was sold. But years
ago, Connelly said that there was only one
gram or less of hydrogenated fats present,
which is a virtually insignificant amount.