After oil being sold on the "healthy" platform, is "no cholesterol" food. There are many snacks, deep fried products which have a neat "No cholesterol" emblazoned on the sides.
Monday, June 16, 2008
There are very few products which have cholesterol in them - curd or buttermilk being one of them. But the presence of cholesterol in food does not impact your body as much as it does in creation of it once it is inside and there is a fundamental difference between the two. (Full article here).
So, even if someone eats something a "no cholesterol" label, it can still go into your body and create cholesterol and wreck havoc. Caveat emptor.