Mike Greary is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Nutrition Specialist and he gives a real report on Canola. I also would say that additionally, canola oil was considered unfit for human consumption back in the 1960’s when they first looked into using it.
The regulators in that day were untainted by Monsanto and the evil people who are against people thriving…
Back then a human life was valuable and the value was unlimited. Now things are vastly different with the evidence being GMOs, abortion, very dangerous pesticides, the food additives and preservatives now allowed but which are nothing but poison and brain-wave altering…
Please check out the link above and read the article. In the case of canola oil being low in polyunsaturated fat and saturated fats and has between 55-65% monounsaturated fat we are led to believe that it is good for us. Extra Virgin Olive oil and unprocessed nut and seed oils are truly good oils whereas canola oil has more detriments than it does benefits.
Here is a direct quote from the article: “One of the biggest problems with highly processed and refined vegetable oils such as corn oil, soybean oil, and yes, even canola oil, is that the polyunsaturated component of the oil is highly unstable under heat, light, and pressure, and this heavily oxidizes the polyunsaturates which increases free radicals in your body.
The end result of all of this refining and processing are oils that are highly inflammatory in your body when you ingest them, potentially contributing to heart disease, weight gain, and other degenerative diseases.
The reason that extra virgin olive oil is good for you is that it is cold pressed without the use of heat and solvents to aid extraction. EVOO also contains important antioxidants that help protect the stability of the oil.
Canola oil, on the other hand, is typically extracted and refined using high heat, pressure, and petroleum solvents such as hexane. Most canola oil undergoes a process of caustic refining, degumming, bleaching, and deoderization, all using high heat and questionable chemicals.
Canola oil, on the other hand, is typically extracted and refined using high heat, pressure, and petroleum solvents such as hexane. Most canola oil undergoes a process of caustic refining, degumming, bleaching, and deoderization, all using high heat and questionable chemicals.” End Quote.
WOW! So you can see there is way more to the story than they are telling us!
Please read the article-I am trying to help people by gathering this information…sure hope it helps you!