A ban on artificial trans fats in NYC restaurants appears to be working

The fatty acids have been linked to heart disease

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OIL SWAP  Restaurants had to replace partially hydrogenated vegetable oils with other oils to fry, cook or bake foods once New York City enacted a ban on artificial trans fats in 2006.

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