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Default The Bomb Shell Truth About Canola Oil

Hey everyone.

I don't know your policies on links, so I hope that this is okay. I just wrote an article which exposes the fact that canola oil is genetically modified. I thought that the people on the forum would probably find it of great interest.
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"The truth about canola will shock many health conscience people, especially when they realize how much they have been lied to by the people who have been giving them alternative health advice. This report will be a bomb shell for many such people."
The Musings of Sarah Cain @ Naturally Good Magazine - The Bomb Shell Truth About Canola Oil - Revealed At Last

Let me know what you guys think, either here or on the blog - or both.
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https://www.springerlink.com/content/...3/fulltext.pdf
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As far as I can tell from the reading of the above article in my above post taken from your artilce, I see no evidence of genetic modification.
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Sounds like another commercial gimmick to utilize a cheap oil. It's still a vegetable oil with high omega 6 content and polyunsaturated, easily oxidized and inflammatory. Not sure what is supposed to be so good about it. Veg. oils from grains should be avoided I think.
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Idk, I still use it. The taste of canola is better. It's either that or olive oil.
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I prefer coconut oil, you just cant beat it!
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Note the results below using Rapeseed oil (now modified to be Canola). Also note the vessel damage cannot be from eating cholesterol.


In a study involving 18 adult male mixed European rabbits, garlic supplementation was found to inhibit atherosclerotic changes in the aorta wall triggered by ingestion of oxidized oil.

Rabbits were fed a balanced diet, along with either non-oxidized rapeseed oil or oxidized rapeseed oil, either with garlic or without garlic, for a period of 24 weeks. Rabbits were weighed and blood samples were taken every 6 weeks.

After the 24 weeks, the aortas of the rabbits were dissected and histologically examined.

Results showed that consumption of oxidized rapeseed oil led to disturbed antioxidant status and the development of atherosclerotic changes in the aorta wall, while garlic supplementation inhibited these negative effects.


These results suggest that supplementation with garlic may help to prevent atherosclerosis. Additional research is warranted.
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I am really liking to use grapeseed oil lately. It seems not to spoil easily and it has a higher burn point. Having purchased several bottles of rancid olive oil from whole foods lately I have given up on it.... I have been very pleased with the grapeseed oil

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grape_seed_oil

Grape Seed Oil, Supplement Monograph - Flora Health Supplement Encyclopedia
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You know the French eat the seeds in their grapes? Just chew them up with the grape.
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Yes, and the seedless grapes are another perversion of the agri-business.
Seeds are always the most important part of the food.
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You know the French eat the seeds in their grapes? Just chew them up with the grape.
I dont think its a good idea to eat the seeds. I'm always worried about Lectins.
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So you don't eat nuts, avocados, tomatoes, sesame seeds because of lectins? This could be a hard sell for me
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So you don't eat nuts, avocados, tomatoes, sesame seeds because of lectins? This could be a hard sell for me
Avocado has only one big momma seed in the middle. I dont think anyone eats that?

I love tomatoes, they are high in Lycopene which is a great anti oxidant. I scoop the seeds out. Comes in handy if you sunbathe like I did today.

I dont eat sesame seeds, why should I? They have a high level of omega 6.

Here have a read of my blog about Lectins:
https://rossouk.blogspot.com/2008/11/...-potatoes.html
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I know flaxseeds sure bother me. Like eating castor bean oil.

The grape seeds may have a small amount of toxin, enough to knock out the parasites and other bugs one may have maybe?
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chart showing the make up of various cooking oils Linoleic acid is the source of omega 6




The question of omega 6 is discussed in more detail on Stephan's blogs at Whole Health Source

I think coconut oil is probably a safer choice than canola.
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