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    Concerns with Polyunsaturated Vegetable Oils – Part 1

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    Concerns with Polyunsaturated Vegetable Oils – Part 1

    Post by graham64 on Thu May 10 2018, 22:52

    INTRODUCTION: Both the US and Canadian Dietary Guidelines encourage us to limit saturated fat in order to reduce the risk of heart disease and to eat unsaturated fat, including polyunsaturated vegetable oils instead but what are these fats, where do they come from and what role might these play in development of obesity, Type 2 Diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and even cancer?  This article is part 3 in the series titled Bad Fats and Enduring Beliefs.

    “Polyunsaturated vegetable oils” is really a misnomer, as neither soybeans nor rapeseed / Canola are “vegetables”.  More accurately these should be called “industrial seed oils“, as they are seed crops that have been deliberately engineered for food use.  These are created oil products which are quite unlike natural oils that can be easily expressed from nuts, seeds and fruit using a millstone, as has been done since the Bronze Age [1].

    http://www.bbdnutrition.com/2018/04/05/concerns-with-polyunsaturated-vegetable-oils/

    Part 2 http://www.bbdnutrition.com/2018/04/05/concerns-with-polyunsaturated-vegetable-oils-part-2/


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    Re: Concerns with Polyunsaturated Vegetable Oils – Part 1

    Post by Long birder on Fri May 11 2018, 12:00

    Cold pressed rapeseed oil is not heat treated.
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    Re: Concerns with Polyunsaturated Vegetable Oils – Part 1

    Post by graham64 on Sat May 12 2018, 22:47

    @Long birder wrote: Cold pressed rapeseed oil is not heat treated.
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    Yes no problem with cold pressed it's the refined stuff that's the problem Derek


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    Re: Concerns with Polyunsaturated Vegetable Oils – Part 1

    Post by chris c on Sun May 13 2018, 23:15

    Well the screw press probably heats it a bit but it's better than the alternative - until you heat it for cooking. Still tastes like crap though.

    Joy Kiddie is brilliant, would that more dieticians would notice where they are going wrong and do something about it.

    Tucker Goodrich (on Twitter) is currently the go-to guy on omega 6 oils.

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