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Explain to me the science of oils.

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Explain to me the science of oils.

Post  Growdamnit on Fri Nov 06, 2015 10:42 am

I have been only eating coconut oil and olive oil when I am in control of the situation (Cooking home, specifically asking for my food to be cooked in them.)

Now, from a scientific standpoint, explain to me why every other oil is bad for the body. Why are olive and coconut oil so good for the body? Just enlighten me.

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Re: Explain to me the science of oils.

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Fri Nov 06, 2015 11:08 am

unsaturated oil lowers body temperature, and therefore lowers metabolism

example of high metabolism- child regrows end of finger after it is cut off.

they (corn oil, sunflower oil) also raise

estrogen
serotonin
prolactin - hair loss causer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngdmdtrwyas

also raises pgd2, which causes baldness

olive oil is questionable, I personally have never found a use for it.

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Re: Explain to me the science of oils.

Post  maple donut on Mon Nov 23, 2015 12:43 am

if you really care to get to the root of this you will leave this forum now and enter into a long and contentious world of edible food oils as polemecized all across the internet.

there is no simple way to categorize them, each and every fatty acid serves a different purpose in the human body. all that omega-3 vs.omega 6/ saturated vs. unsaturated is western political simplistic garbage meant to deceive you as a customer. the details are way more intricate than that.

to make matters worse we live in the modernest of times where a great deal of what we eat has come highly processed and run a high risk of rancidity, let alone its rampant prevalence.

bottom line: olive oil, palm, coconut (all unrefined and cold pressed) are staple veggie oils, and most animal fats are good. stay away from the grain/seed oils.
good luck on yr own research

read Sally Fallon (i.e.Nourishing Traditions)

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Re: Explain to me the science of oils.

Post  ElmoSuper8 on Fri Nov 27, 2015 11:18 am

maple donut wrote:if you really care to get to the root of this you will leave this forum now and enter into a long and contentious world of edible food oils as polemecized all across the internet.

there is no simple way to categorize them, each and every fatty acid serves a different purpose in the human body. all that omega-3 vs.omega 6/ saturated vs. unsaturated is western political simplistic garbage meant to deceive you as a customer. the details are way more intricate than that.

to make matters worse we live in the modernest of times where a great deal of what we eat has come highly processed and run a high risk of rancidity, let alone its rampant prevalence.

bottom line: olive oil, palm, coconut (all unrefined and cold pressed) are staple veggie oils, and most animal fats are good. stay away from the grain/seed oils.
good luck on yr own research

read Sally Fallon (i.e.Nourishing Traditions)

You say unrefined coconut oil. I think Roddy and Peat recommend refined Coconut oil, as far as I can remember. Am I wrong on this?

I use a coconut oil by Biona which has been made odorless via a light steaming production technique. The only reason I buy this is it's £2 to £3 cheaper than the organic version, and comes from a reputable company. From memory, I think Peat said that refined C.O. was preferable to organic because too many people have food sensitivities or allergies... If I have remembered this incorrectly, feel free to say anyone.

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Re: Explain to me the science of oils.

Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Fri Nov 27, 2015 12:49 pm

virgin coconut oil may have salicylates

refined KTC oil for example strips out the odor and other impurities


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