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Less Trans-Fatty Acids, More People Driving on Cheaper Fuel

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SUNSET, La., May 21, 2007 -- An alternative fuel company has seen an increase in sales recently due to the increased use of "better for your health" fry oils. Diesel Secret Energy L.L.C. (DSE) has been helping thousands of people worldwide convert simple waste fry oils into a quality fuel for their diesel engines. They've seen booms in sales spawned by everything from devastating Hurricane Katrina to the daily news from nuclear-ambitious Iran. Now, they are experiencing something new driving their sales, the health desires of Americans.

Recent reports from the FDA and independent medical sources have determined that the use of trans-fatty acid oils, also known as hydrogenated oils, can contribute to heart disease. Thus many more restaurants, including the big chains like McDonalds and KFC, have begun to switch over to the use of simpler clear fry oils at the behest of their customer base. The increased use of such oils has made a huge bump in the supply of these better clear fry oils, which just happen to be the exact oils Diesel Secret Energy's customers need to make their fuel.

DSE has seen a noticeable sales spike correlated with more customers commenting on the ease of finding the "right oil" in recent weeks. "The hardest thing about making this fuel for some people has been finding the right oil. That is no longer an issue," says Andrew Klenert of Diesel Secret Energy.

DSE sells a simple instruction manual and additive to help make their simple fuel for a mere $39 on their site They boast a customer base extending to every continent, though the bulk of their sales are in the U.S.

They have even recently begun a Dealership program to allow people to have a protected territory of sales to target the huge number of people driving diesel vehicles who never search the Internet for such information. The first dealer will be opening in southern California in a few days. "They will be targeting the many farmers, truck drivers, and citizens of California who are tired of paying high fuel prices," says Klenert. They will be selling the same products DSE sells online to people who want to see it and get their hands on it immediately. DSE has even teamed up with another company,, who is now their authorized fabricator of the fuel stations DSE teaches people how to make in their manual.