Are Cooking Oils Safe?

While growing up, you probably saw your mom using vegetable oil to cook on countless occasions. Mama’s cooking is always the best right?

And for that reason, you feasted on every delicious lunch, breakfast, dinner or supper that mom made with vegetable oil.

Cooking oil was part of your everyday meals, and obviously, you saw them countless times on grocery lists.

What you missed was that your mom, who considered you as the brightest star in her universe, was exposing your health to harm by merely using cooking oil to make family meals.

Of course, just like most moms, she had no idea that she was poisoning you. Vegetable oils are processed seed like sunflower oil, cottonseed oil, safflower oil, soybean oil and canola oil.

These oils rank very high in biologically active fats (Omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids), which are indefinitely harmful to the human body. Let’s jump into some other dreadful facts about Vegetable Oils.

They are Unnatural.

The manufacturing process that vegetable oils undergo is almost as horrific as its effects on human health. The process involves heating followed by artificial pressing of created seeds, which are then blended with highly poisonous solvents and industrial chemicals.

The end product contains an odor so awful that industrial strength deodorizers have to be applied to remove the smell. Ideally speaking, is that something you want to digest into your body? Canola Isn’t Even a Thing. Canola oil is neither a vegetable nor a plant.

The oil is made from the genetically altered category of the rape plant. Rapeseeds are collected from rape plants which have been highly treated with pesticides. They are then taken to factories where manufacturers who careless produce completely deplorable products.

Fun Facts:

Fun Fact 1: Canola oil is also utilized in manufacturing biodiesel.

Fun Fact 2: In the late 1970s, the name canola was chosen by the board of the Rapeseed Association of Canada. “Can” stands for “Canada”, and “Ola” stands for “Oil”. But, various sources

The Free Dictionary included, persist with claims that Canola means: Can (ada),o(i1)+I(ow)+a(cid).’ The sources claim that the name was devised moderately to avoid pessimistic implication of rapeseed.

Moving On…….

Why it’s Bad for You

Vegetable oil contains grossly high proportions of PUFAS (polyunsaturated fats).

The companies that sell oil will sell it to you while
confidently yapping about the fact that the human body is nearly 97% full of monounsaturated and saturated fats.

These companies will also say that we need fats because the human body requires them for producing hormone and reassembling cells. However, here is something that no company ever tells you.

Polyunsaturated fats are quite unstable and oxidize at remarkably higher rates compared to other fats. Oxidized lipids mutate and cause the inflammation of the cells. The mutated cells eventually cause arthritis, cancer, and heart disease.

Apparently, vegetable oil is indeed poisonous. The Omega’sPerhaps you’ve come across some information saying that Omega-3 fatty acids and excellent for your health.

However, what you’ve been missing is that your health needs is more about the ration of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids.Guess what! Vegetable oil contains a very high concentration of Omega-6, leading to defective Omega imbalances in the body.

Notably, almost all forms of cancer and heart disease are linked to Omega-3 and Omega-6 imbalances.

Fun Fact: The United States’ obsession with fried food has led Americans having excessively high levels of Omega 6 fats.

Consequently, it has made the country score the highest heart disease and cancer rates in the whole world.