What They Do: Provide expected texture and a creamy "mouth-feel" in reduced-fat foods.
These products are an insult to the human body. They truly are fake, and do not belong in the human food chain. Many of these are marketed as natural, yet when you look at the chain of events to create them, they are not natural. Many of these ingredients have a long record of causing severe damage to the human body.
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Found used in these foods to give them the expected texture:
- Baked goods
- Cake and dessert mixes
- Dairy products
- Frozen desserts
Examples of replacement fats used in foods:
- Cellulose gel
- Guar gum
- Microparticulated egg white protein
- Modified corn starch
- Modified food starch
- Whey protein concentrate
- Xanthan gum
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Fat Replacers (and components of formulations used to replace fats)
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