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Canola oil is the margarine of yesteryear for uneducated health enthusiasts who have no idea it clogs blood and promotes dementia

What kind of food never spoils? You get one guess.

Is Canola Oil More Cancer-Causing Than Any Other Oil?

If you want what is best for your overall health, listen to experts recommendations and fry foods in coconut or extra virgin oil instead to vegetable oils.

They even claim that using lard or butter poses fewer health risks than frying foods in safflower or corn oils.

You should eliminate vegetable oils because when they are heated at intense temperatures, they release toxic compounds know as aldehydes. These toxic compounds are associated with many illnesses like dementia, heart disease, and even cancer.

Health Basics: Processed 'vegetable' oils fuel inflammation and cancer

What if you bought a brand new car or truck and you immediately filled it with used oil and ethanol-laden gasoline? How soon would you experience major engine malfunctions, and how soon compared to a new car that you gave only the cleanest oil and gas possible? Many people perceive vegetable oils as healthy, but excessive consumption of vegetable oils leads to actual structural changes within our fat stores and within our cell membranes. How are so many people fooled into ingesting large amounts of processed and pesticide-contaminated oils that kill them slowly? Is it because of the word vegetable or is it because of the term all natural that the "sheeple" (misled and uneducated people) pour in the hydrogenated rapeseed oil and the hexane vapor-laden polyunsaturated "dirty fuel"?

Canola oil: The #1 hidden health 'danger' at the prepared food bar

Step right up to your favorite food bar, whether at Whole Foods, Harris Teeter or Farm Fresh, and "get you some" potato salad, coleslaw, egg salad, pasta salad, chicken salad, tuna salad, baked goods, or just make your own salad with lots of salad "dressing" and you are most likely getting a few heaping tablespoons of rapeseed oil with each serving, better known these days as canola oil. Now, whether or not there really is any such thing as organic canola oil, well, the jury is still out on that one. Regardless, canola oil is not good for you, and it ALL goes through a "deodorizing" processing stage that removes the "stink" of rapeseed, in case you didn't know.