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Hydrogenated Oil Lurking in Your Halloween Treats?

Halloween is all about light-hearted spookiness, but I'll tell you, I saw something shockingly scary at the grocery store — the labels on Halloween candy. Corn syrup, food coloring, and the worst, hydrogenated oil. Companies still use this type of trans fat even though we know it's been linked to heart problems, miscarriages, obesity, and belly fat. Let's see if you know which candy to avoid this year.

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Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
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Contains Hydrogenated Oil
No Hydrogenated Oil
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Snickers
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Contains Hydrogenated Oil
No Hydrogenated Oil
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Hershey's Take 5
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Contains Hydrogenated Oil
No Hydrogenated Oil
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Raisinets
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Contains Hydrogenated Oil
No Hydrogenated Oil
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Milky Way
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Contains Hydrogenated Oil
No Hydrogenated Oil
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Three Musketeers
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Contains Hydrogenated Oil
No Hydrogenated Oil
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Nestle Crunch
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Contains Hydrogenated Oil
No Hydrogenated Oil
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Charleston Chews
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Contains Hydrogenated Oil
No Hydrogenated Oil
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M&M's
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Contains Hydrogenated Oil
No Hydrogenated Oil
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Sour Skittles
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Contains Hydrogenated Oil
No Hydrogenated Oil
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