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How does olestra work? | HowStuffWorks

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These extra chains make olestra's molecular structure much different from that of the typical fat molecule. The reason that your body cannot digest olestra is ...

Ingredient Spotlight: Olestra - Calorie Control Council

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The size of the molecule makes it impossible for the body to break it down — similar ... As research has shown time and again, the digestive changes associated with ... gastrointestinal complaints, it doesn't appear to be from the olestra chips.” ...

Olestra.htm - American University

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Olestra, a fat substitue that provides zero fat to the human body, was approved ... has too many fatty acids, the body's enzyme cannot break down the olestra molecule. ..... PCRM, online, "Olestra Covers Up Problem, but Doesn't Solve It," 1998

Digestive Enzymes: How To Digest Properly To Heal Your Body | Fat ...

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Dec 4, 2014 ... Digestive Enzymes: How To Digest Properly & Heal Your Body. Posted by Abel James .... But the work doesn't end there. If you have leaky gut ...

Olestra and Vitamin Solubility - Washington University in St. Louis

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Aug 8, 2004 ... Olestra, like natural fat, has nonpolar hydrocarbon chains. ... To digest natural fats in the body, lipase (an intestinal enzyme that breaks down ...

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 ... The molecule has the same taste and mouthfeel as regular fat, but your intestines can' t absorb it. ... at least in one way: it could help rid your body of a dangerous toxin. ... 1998 to $200 million in 2000), doesn't actually help you lose weight.

As olestra caused anal leakage in some customers, warnings were ...

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Mar 28, 2015 ... Anything else probably doesn't belong in this subreddit and will be removed by ... Olestra may cause abdominal cramping and loose stools. .... It was supposed to prevent your body from digesting up to a third of the fat you eat.

The Chemistry of . . . Fat Substitutes | DiscoverMagazine.com

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Mar 1, 2001 ... There's only one problem: Carrageenan may feel like fat, but it certainly doesn't taste like it. ... In olestra, however, the glycerol has been replaced by a molecule of sucrose, a sugar ... the two components, making it too awkward for digestive enzymes to grasp. ... Hacking the Nervous System to Heal the Body.

Where are my zero-calorie butters, creams, lards, oils, and fats ...

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Olestra is a fat that the body doesn't digest, but which has the same taste and ... It is so good at being zero calorie, passing through the body ...

Olestra: Snack Attack - Food Day

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While it tastes like fat, its molecules are too big for the body to digest. So they leave no ... But it doesn't make the company add back any carotenoids. And that's a ...

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What About Olestra? - Food Revolution Network

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Mar 24, 2014 ... It just passes through from one end of the digestive tract to the other. ... olestra might well be viewed as an astonishing waste of human, land, food, ... Though it doesn't specifically mention olestra, it seems remarkably apropos:.

The Fat Free Revolution that Gave America Diarrhea - Priceonomics

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May 27, 2016 ... Another said digesting the gummy bears felt like a “violent hurricane… in my lower intestine. ... out of the body, and this led health professionals to worry that olestra would do the ... But that story doesn't necessarily seem right.

The Trouble with Fries - The New Yorker

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Mar 5, 2001 ... Our bodies can't absorb triglycerides, so in the digestive process each of the ... Frito-Lay's no-fat Wow! chips are made with an Olestra version of cottonseed oil, .... This doesn't mean we are oblivious of fat levels, of course.