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Olestra - Wikipedia

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Olestra is a fat substitute that adds no fat, calories, or cholesterol to products. It has been used .... P&G conducted publicity campaigns to highlight olestra's benefits, including working...

Ingredient Spotlight: Olestra - Calorie Control Council

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Olestra has the properties of fat but contributes zero fat, zero calories, zero trans fat ... Health Benefits: Adopting a diet low in fat can help prevent certain types of ...

What are the pros and cons of Olestra? | Reference.com

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Olestra has been shown to help reduce obesity by replacing fat, but has also been ... it passed through the system so quickly, robbed the body of their benefits.

ExToxNet Food Additive Safety - Olestra

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Olestra is a dietary fat substitute made by esterifying sucrose with fatty acids from ... With regard to the potential benefits of olestra, most authors cite the strong ...

How does olestra work? | HowStuffWorks

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Olestra is a fat substitute. It is found in a number of snack foods, from potato chips to frozen desserts. In these products, you'll find it in the ingredient list under its ...

Is Olestra Bad For You? - Here Is Your Answer. - Is It Bad For You?

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Oct 10, 2016 ... Olestra is still permitted by the FDA, but it's liable to give you gas, bloating, or even ... Short answer; Long answer; Side effects; Benefits ...

Petition - FDA

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by olestra. (§ 172.867(d)). At the time of the 1996 final rule,. FDA concluded ..... way to that protective benefit. Therefore, at the time of the approval of olestra,.

Fat Replacers - Diabetes Self-Management

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May 22, 2006 ... Some fat replacers, such as olestra (Olean), pass through the body unabsorbed ... The advantages of fat-based fat replacers are their ability to ...

Those gut-wrenching Olestra chips from the '90s might have been ...

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Apr 9, 2014 ... Olestra, which was marketed under the brand name Olean, was a ... at University of Cincinnati, presents one possible benefit of the fake fat ...

Fat Replacers: Olestra — Penn State Extension

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Functional ingredients are used in manufactured foods to provide other benefits in addition to nutrition or product quality. This fact sheet discusses Olestra, also ...

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What About Olestra? - Food Revolution Network

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Mar 24, 2014 ... Are the claims for enhanced health benefits from Olestra true? Theoretically, eating olestra instead of fats known to be unhealthy might bring ...

Olestra.htm - American University

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Consumption of olestra would help lower fat intake and possibly reduce weight. Thus, substantial monetary and qualitative benefit can be expected for obese ...

What's the Story? Olestra | American Council on Science and Health

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Dec 1, 1996 ... Olestra-the first noncaloric fat replacer-is about to appear as an ingredient ... One clear benefit is that olestra in foods will give consumers more ...