5 Vegetable Oils That Are Harming Your Body & What You Can Use Instead

Posted: December 29, 2016 in Uncategorized

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Vegetable oils are bad for you. That’s the straight up truth. And eliminating these oils from your diet is a significant step you can take toward improving your health. Unfortunately, that means cutting out anything that is fried in them as well — yes, that means french fries, potato chips, donuts, and even vegetable chips.

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Vegetable oils are bad for you. That’s the straight up truth. And eliminating these oils from your diet is a significant step you can take toward improving your health. Unfortunately, that means cutting out anything that is fried in them as well — yes, that means french fries, potato chips, donuts, and even vegetable chips. Now, I don’t want to tell you how to live your life, but your heart, liver, and the rest of your body will thank you for cutting these out of your diet, and once you do, you will soon realize how little you needed them in the first place.

Why Exactly Are Vegetable Oils Harmful to You?

  • The high levels of omega-6 found in vegetable oils can cause inflammation, which has been found to be a key culprit behind many illnesses and diseases, like cardiovascular disease, arthritis, cancer, and even depression.
  • Vegetable oils damage the reproductive system…

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  2. amaezed says:

    My dad was a big fan of lard. Lard lasts forever. Is great for skin and gives you energy throughout the day and doesn’t make you fat. The reasoning behind this is: fat turns to glucose and distributes energy all day. Simple. You don’t feel like eating and you don’t. Most weight loss diets don’t work according to statistics. Carbs (sugar) give you energy but you need more of it. Hence weight gain. Veg. oil is primarily made from seeds. Not good. Very few olive oils are good. Mostly rancid and put into green bottles to make it look cold pressed. Here is an article: http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/oils-aint-oils-20130217-2elzb.html – cheers

  3. Great link, thanks. The Weston Price institute also recommends butter and lard as great sources of vitamins A,D and E. Historical research shows that heart attacks were very rare prior to 1900 when vegetable oils were first introduced.

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