Vegetable oils are NOT healthy, especially hydrogenated ones!

>> Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Olive oil from Imperia in Liguria, Italy.Image via Wikipedia
Vegetable oils are typically soy, canola, or corn and are almost completely polyunsaturated fats. Oils from soy, canola, or corn are most likely genetically modified, definitely rancid by the time they are "finished," and are BAD for your health. Thus, hydrogenation starts with a bad product, and ends with an even worse one.

in reference to: Hydrogenated Oils And Your Health – What Is Hydrogenation (view on Google Sidewiki)
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Local Nourishment,  January 6, 2010 at 8:05 AM  

Not to mention they just taste nasty.

Psychic Lunch,  January 6, 2010 at 8:15 AM  

You know, I honestly never thought about that, but you're totally right. I can manage to eat - and enjoy - straight coconut or olive oil in relatively large quantities, but soy, canola, and corn?  Echhh!  >:o

Imagine if, at a fancy restaurant, they brought out one of those oils to dip bread in, instead of olive oil.... LOL

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