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In a cow, trans fats are produced when hydrogen A. mixes with saturated fats from the cow's diet. B. mixes with vegetable oil. C. is given off during respiration. D. mixes with unsaturated fats during digestion.

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Trans fats are a special type of fats that are typically produced when mixing hydrogen and heated vegetable oils. However, in cows, trans fats are produced when hydrogen is mixed with unsaturated fats during digestion. This is also known as natural trans fats. In particular, the gut microbiome in cows aid in the mixing of unsaturated fats.

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