Fats and Oils
This Audio CD teaches you what are good and what are bad fats and oils.
- Did you know your brain is 80% oil?
- Your liver functions on oil?
This audio CD will hep you to know what to look for when shopping for oils that are necessary to a healthy live style.
Here is some information on what to look for
Fats and oils are very important to health but only unrefined, extra virgin, unrefined virgin, unrefined cold pressed or unrefined expeller pressed oils. NO canola or supermarket oils. Fats and oils are not the enemy and are essential (coconut is one of the best).
Fats & Oils
Unrefined is the first thing to look for. If not on the bottle STOP. You don’t want it.
LOOK FOR – Unrefined: this is el primo. When it is on the bottle continue to look for:
Extra Virgin - an excellent choice. Generally the fullest flavor and aroma and the best quality. Or
Virgin - a very good choice still very aromatic and flavorful. Or
Cold Pressed - good quality and good to cook with. Or
Expeller Pressed - decent quality and ok to cook with.
Oils to avoid have the words:
Refined - very bad, even though the label may say extra virgin, virgin, cold pressed or expeller processed.
Pure - very bad even though the label may say extra virgin, virgin, cold pressed or expeller processed.
Polyunsaturated - stay away from these oils, they are very bad not because they are polyunsaturated but that is all they are.
Vegetable oil - a term that allows almost any chemical they want to use including solvents and deodorizers.
Shortening - most generally made of rancid oils. Nickel is used in process of hydrogenation.
Margarine – the melting point is well above normal body temperature and cannot be used in the body.
Hydrogenated oil or partially hydrogenated - most generally made of rancid oils. Nickel is used in processing of hydrogenation.
Canola oil – whether found in a health food store or not is a genetically created (GMO) plant from the rape seed which is very toxic to humans. NO canola or supermarket oils.
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