Olestra was proven to cause abdominal cramps, diarrhoea, fecal incontinence and other gastrointestinal problems in some customers. Olestra is a fat substitute that adds no calories to products. It has been used in the preparation of otherwise high-fat foods such as potato chips, thereby lowering or eliminating their fat content. Olestra may cause abdominal cramping and loose stools (anal leakage). Olestra inhibits the absorption of some vitamins and. Printers Row Publishing Group.
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An indigestible molecule, it inhibits the absorption of vitamins and minerals causing abdominal cramping, loose stools, gas, and perhaps most notoriously—anal leakage. I like potato chips, and can't eat them very much or I'll get fat. I tried out these This is where the joke about "anal leakage" came from. its real. I have loved them as long as I can remember.
And please, if you can stomach it, tell us about your favorite discontinued food product in the comments section. Celery Jell-O. Not even Jack Benny or Bill Cosby could save this edible abomination.
I was attending college in the late s when the company Frito-Lay came up with a brilliant idea! So.. happy Otod to you, anal leakage and all that. and Indestructible Ass Grease” is found in numerous “light” and “fat-free” potato chips. Olestra also known by its brand name Olean is a fat substitute that adds no calories to products.
No more anal leakage? Don't even fucking say a word. I like potato chips, and can't eat them very much or I'll get fat. I tried out these Pringles Fat-Free chips because.
WOW! Chips were fat free potato chips produced by Frito-Lay that contained Olestra. They were first brought to the marketplace in , and.
weight-conscious Americans fat-free potato chips, tortilla chips, crackers and to as "anal leakage;" the FDA required a label warning of "abdominal cramping.