Thanks to a ruling by the FDA, it looks like trans fats are on the out.

Trans fats occur when hydrogen is added to vegetable oil. The cholesterol-raising fat appears in many processed foods because it creates a lasting shelf life, but the FDA has decided that it poses too much of a health risk.

Check out the slideshow above to learn which foods will be affected by the trans fat ban.

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