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What nutritional hazard to human health is present in beef but not cocoa butter or coconut oil?

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Generally speaking, animal products contain a high amount of saturated fats. Saturated fats are concentrated in the fat that surrounds meat and in the white streaky stuff that makes many meat products juicy and tasty.

Coconut oil and cocoa butter also contain high amounts of saturated fat.

So, what's the difference, right? Coconut oils contain saturated lipids but most of them are short chain lipids. Short chain saturated fats are much less harmful than long chain saturated fats because even though they are both saturated, the long chain fats are much more "solid" and have a higher melting point. That ...

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The nutritional hazard to human health is present in beef but not cocoa butter or coconut oil is determined.

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