Based on Chapter 2 from The Beginners Guide to Natural Living by Larry Cook, host Zoe Simpson explains why to avoid refined and hydrogenated oils. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Virtually all oil and margarine products sold in supermarkets. A process to such a degree that if they consumed on a regular basis, disease can follow. For oil the refining process often involves a chemical solvent for extraction and a very high temperature for processing and deodorizing. Margarine is hydrogenated meaning that hydrogen has been added to the oil to make I harder room temperature. The result in both cases is an abundance of very harmful Trans fatty acids. Tran’s fatty acids in cell membranes weaken the membranes protective structure and alter normal transport of minerals and other nutrients. This creates an elevation of blood cholesterol levels and metabolic disorders that can cause arthritis, heart disease and cancer. The alternative to these highly refined and toxic oils is unrefined organic cold press oils found at health food stores. If you like to learn more about why to eat organic food and how to live naturally you can read this informative book The Beginners Guide to Natural Living.
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