Did New York City’s ‘Trans Fats Ban’ Make People Healthier?

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Heart attacks and strokes declined Pexels Unsaturated fats are healthier but less versatile. In 2006, New York City passed a law banning artificial trans fats, also known as partially hydrogenated fats, in all restaurant foods. The law was first applied to fried foods—but not fried bread products like donuts—before taking effect for all restaurant foods in…

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