Is fully hydrogenated soy oil considered as allergen?
Fully hydrogenated soy oil is not considered an allergen, and is typically safe for those with food allergies. Overall, however, it is not a healthy food choice.
Hydrogenated oil is the process of forcing hydrogen gas into oil at high pressure and temperature. It is used to take the place of butter in many baked items… some of the things that contain hydrogenated oils are crackers, cookies, frozen waffles, pudding, peanut butter, cereal bars, granola bars, prepared frozen foods, most prepared foods, soups (canned and powered), salad dressings, and more. Try picking up any item in the grocery store. Chances are that…
The fat that is solid at room temperature is Saturated fat. There are three main categories of fat: Saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated. It is beneficial to eat fats that are liquid at room temperature such as olive oil. Examples of solid fats include: butter, lard, margarine, tallow, coconut oil, palm oil, shortening, partially hydrogenated vegetable oil, and fully hydrogenated vegetable oil.
Cholesterol is an animal product. It is not present in fruits or vegetables. Corn oil, canola oil and olive oil, and just vegetable oil all contain 100 calories a tablespoon. What these oils have, or don't have, is an unsaturated or saturated value or have the property of being hydrogenated or not. The best oils are unsaturated and NOT hydrogenated. They are Canola and Olive oil.