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In terms of health promotion and disease prevention, I think that ‘99.9% fat free’ food choices are not beneficial for the average American.Considering the human metabolism there are in fact  good fats and bad fats.Such as bad fats are the ones that can wreck a diet and increase risk of certain diseases.While the ones that protect your brain and heart are the good fats (Choosing Healthy Fats). Also considering the human metabolism, promotion of Low fat or fat free are not a good idea to promote health for americans. When consuming low fat products it can risk cardiovascular disease.”Low-fat (LF) diets on weight loss and risk factors of CVD (Effects of low-carbohydrate diets v. low-fat diets on body weight and cardiovascular risk factors).”In addition when low fat products are promoted and consume an individual is missing on Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA)  which is bad because they need CLA.” CLA has been shown to prevent the development of atherosclerosis, reduce body fat while improving lean body mass, and modulate immune and/or inflammatory responses(Conjugated Linoleic Acid: Potential Health Benefits as a Functional Food Ingredient).” (Word Count:166)When individuals chose ‘low-fat’ or ‘99.9% fat free’ foods, they do not  in fact miss valuable nutrients and some nutraceuticals.Dairy products provides so many health benefits but they do in fact contain high saturated fats and cholesterol that can have health implications.Low fat products consume the same nutrients dairy products have for health benefits that include calcium, potassium, Vitamin D and protein but they reduce the intakes of high saturated fats and cholesterol,which is a benefit of low-fat free products. These nutrients within these dairy products are important for a average human to consume because these nutrients “are vital for health and maintenance of your body(Nutrients and health benefits).” But they do in fact miss some nutraceuticals. They need to consume good fats which most low-fats products don’t have enough of that a person needs to consume. In conclusion when consuming low-fat products they can be beneficial to nutrients but sometimes not to nutraceuticals.(Word Count: 159)When individuals choose to consume ‘low-fat’ or ‘99.9% fat free’ foods they intake specific foods to ‘make up for the calories’. In order to accomplish this they can include accommodate recommended servings from the food group and increase amounts of grain products into their diet. “Choosing lower fat options among these foods allows you to eat the recommended servings from these groups and increase the amount and variety of grain products, fruits, and vegetables in your diet without going over your calorie needs (Choose a diet low in fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol).”Some examples of fruits include apples, peas, plum, tomatoes,peaches, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, pineapples, figs, breadfruit, mulberries, etc. In addition some vegetables that can be consumed in the diet include corn, carrots, beet greens, beets, broccoli, potato, spinach,peas lettuce,etc. Lastly some grain products individuals should consume include rye, brown rice, quinoa, barley, maize, oat, etc. (Word Count: 151)Some food sources of trans fatty acids include” fried foods like doughnuts,and baked good including cakes,pie crusts, biscuits,frozen pizzas,cookies,crackers,and stick margarines.” The American Heart association caution against their consumption because trans fatty acids can affect your health. ” Trans fats raise your bad (LDL) cholesterol levels and lower your good (HDL) cholesterol levels. Eating trans fats increases your risk of developing heart disease and stroke. It’s also associated with a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes(Trans Fat).” Another health agency, Dietary Guidelines for Americans caution against their consumption of trans fatty acids intake because it help their health for their own good. ” To decrease their risk of elevated low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol in the blood, most Americans need to decrease their intakes of saturated fat and trans fats, and many need to decrease their dietary intake of cholesterol((n.d.). Retrieved January 16, 2018, from https://health.gov/dietaryguidelines/dga2005/document/html/chapter6.htm?_ga=2.36885346.373966.1516046114-1204706008.1516046114).” In addition some companies such as chip makers caution against their consumption of trans fatty acids because they believe their consumers would avoid products containing trans fat now that they have new information on the food label. “Major chip makers now use trans-free oils for making tortilla chips and other crunchy snacks. Frozen food makers have introduced frozen fried chicken products without trans fat. A few grocery store chains never carried products that contain trans fat. And several major restaurant chains have reformulated their products to reduce trans fats(Shining the Spotlight on Trans