The Body Watch

Are These Metabolic Damaging Oils Hiding In Your Pantry? (And 3 Steps To Reverse the Damage)


Industrial seed and vegetable oils are highly processed, refined products that are way too rich in Omega-6 fatty acids.

Not only should you not cook with them, you should probably avoid them altogether.

These oils have been wrongly considered “heart-healthy” by the media and many nutrition professionals in the past few decades.

However, new data links these oils with many serious diseases, including heart disease and cancer.

Avoid all of the following:

  • Soybean Oil
  • Corn Oil
  • Cottonseed Oil
  • Canola Oil
  • Rapeseed Oil
  • Sunflower Oil
  • Sesame Oil
  • Grapeseed Oil
  • Safflower Oil
  • Rice Bran Oil

One study also looked at common vegetable oils on food shelves in the U.S. market and discovered that they contain between 0.56 to 4.2% trans fats, which are highly toxic.

It’s important to read labels. If you find any of these oils on a packaged food that you are about to eat, then it’s best to purchase something else.


What Fats and Oils Should You Eat?

What types of oils and fats should we choose that protect our heart and brain and reduce inflammation? I prefer traditional fats, such as:

  • Coconut oil—Excellent cell fuel and is highly anti-inflammatory

  • Extra-virgin Organic Olive Oil
  • Avocados
  • Grass-fed meats
  • Grass-fed butter
  • CERTAIN Nuts—walnuts, almonds, pecans, macadamia
  • Fatty fish—sardines, mackerel, herring and wild salmon—that are rich in omega 3 fats


Fish Oil

Fish oil may transform fat-storage cells into fat-burning cells, which may reduce weight gain in middle age, according to research conducted in mice and published in Scientific Reports. According to Kyoto University researchers, fish oil not only activates receptors in the digestive tract, it induces storage cells to metabolize fat.

The scientists fed fatty foods to one group of mice, and a second group ate non-fatty fish oil additive foods. The mice that ate fish oil gained 5% to 10% less weight and 15% to 25% less fat than the others, the researchers discovered.

Additional foods that boost the metabolism & anti-inflammatory system are: Green leafy vegetables, Beets, Pineapples, Blueberries, Broccoli, Salmon, Bone Broth, Chia Seeds, Flax Seeds, Turmeric and Ginger.

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