|The 'Fatty Acid Table' - as discussed in detail in the video...
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Please note, that there are always variations in natural products. The percentages of different fatty acids will vary depending on the animals’ diet, the quality of the feed, the grass, and in case of fish, the sea vegetables.
There is a small percentage of naturally occurring trans fatty acids in the milk of ruminants (e.g. cow, goat, sheep, llamas), but scientific studies showed that people traditionally consuming these milks, as well as the products made from them, did not have the detrimental effects of the randomly produced trans fats, produced by artificial hydrogenation.
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