The Toils of Oils
The Lies of the Seed Oil Industry
Date: 10/13/2009 12:51:17 AM ( 12 y ) ... viewed 2632 times
"Margarine, mayonnaise, cooking oil, salad dressings, and anything made with corn oil, soy oil, safflower oil, canola oil, peanut oil, or any of the rest of the vegetable oils (except olive, coconut oil, or palm oil) will accelerate the aging process in general, create catabolic damage throughout the body, and will specifically cause the oxidative damage in the blood vessel walls and in the heart that precipitates a cardiovascular crisis."
The Cholesterol Farce
Guy Schenker D.C. and Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., M.S.
He goes on to say that:
"A study in The Journal of Lipid Research, 2000;41(5):834-39), showed that eating vegetable oils in the form of either soy bean oil or margarine raised LDL (bad cholesterol) and lowered HDL (good cholesterol).
Meanwhile, eating butter (one of those “forbidden foods” saturated with cholesterol) actually lowered LDL cholesterol and raised HDL cholesterol."
Chef Jem says: "Butter is the best"! Chefs love it, our taste buds love it and even our hearts love it! Ideally seek out butter that is made from pasture-fed/grass-fed cream. And if possible get it raw! The creme de la creme is cultured, raw, grass-fed during the rapid growing grass seasons of early Spring and late Fall. See sources listed in the "Shopping Guide" issued by the Weston A. Price Foundation:
Also see the "Butter Brochure" and "All About Trans Fats" brochure.
Spare yourself from the toils of all the oils!
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