Vegetable oils are a major cause of cancer and heart disease

Written by Angelo

Categories: Nutrition | Pills

March 1 2018

Di Angelo

Incredible! By now even the walls know that the excess of omega 6 in the diet and that they are contained disproportionately in all vegetable oils (including olive oil), is deleterious to human health. But they insist without restraint!
It is true that good butter, good lard is returning slowly and progressively to the tables of informed Italians…; but supermarket counters are chock full of these cheap "herd" oils.

Oils perhaps useful more as an ecological fuel at an even lower cost than diesel because it is not over-taxed ... I have seen kegs on the market for less than 50 cents a liter!

I personally put vegetable oils first as a health hazard. Even worse than cereals and legumes.
In other studies they are even linked to intestinal permeability (autoimmune diseases) and many other amenities.

Let's read the abstract of this interesting review together (1):

This review takes a deep look at increases in the incidence of cancer and heart disease after the introduction of industrial vegetable oils in the world. Most vegetable oils are highly processed and refined products, which completely lack the essential nutrients. Omega-6 Linoleic acid from vegetable oils increases oxidative stress in the body of humans, contributing to endothelial dysfunction and heart disease. The consumption of these harmful oils which are high in mega-6 polyunsaturated fats results in changing the structure of cell membrane which contribute to increasing inflammation and the incidence of cancer.

TRANSLATION:

This review examined the increases in the incidence of cancer and heart disease following the introduction of industrial vegetable oils to the world. Most vegetable oils are highly processed and refined products, which completely lack essential nutrients. Omega-6 linoleic acid from vegetable oils increases oxidative stress in the human body, contributing to endothelial dysfunction and heart disease. Consuming these harmful oils high in omega-6 polyunsaturated fats leads to changes in the structure of the cell membrane which helps increase inflammation and cancer incidence.

Now our good producers tell us exactly the opposite! That is, alpha linoleic acid would do well by lowering cholesterol!

That is, they shift attention to another (false) problem… An endless loop… We will never get out of it if we do not consciously inform ourselves.

Recall that the most common vegetable oils are:

  • Olive oil (we recommend a very moderate use at most, always from cold-pressed and raw olives)
  • Peanut oil (eliminate)
  • Coconut oil (better. However in moderation, the studies are still contradictory even though it is now fully cleared)
  • Rapeseed oil (discard)
  • Linseed oil (remove) More info: , here
  • Macadamia oil (better to eliminate, even rancidity problems)
  • Almond oil (ditto)
  • Hazelnut oil (ditto)
  • Walnut oil (ditto)
  • Palm oil (discard)
  • Sunflower oil (discard)
  • Corn oil (discard)
  • Sesame seed oil (extreme moderation)
  • Soybean oil (discard)
  • Pumpkin seed oil (discard)

Look at this other study that dates back to 1985! (2)

Linoleic acid (contained in vegetable oils) increases the transfer of LDL through the endothelium. An essential step in the formation of atherosclerosis

Linoleic acid = an initiator of atherosclerosis. This for dr. James Dinicolantonio. A famous Italian-American doctor.

So vegetable oils really reduce cholesterol BUT, BUT, BUT contribute to the transfer of LDL through the endothelium! Nice to stop in the middle of the story!

Let's realize:

1985 study showing that vegetable oils increase LDL transfer through the endothelium.
What happen? NOTHING, indeed the advertising campaigns in FAVOR of vegetable oils are increasing ...
After 40 years, despite a solid scientific literature against? They still continue undeterred!

REFERENCES:
(1) International Science and Investigation Journal
Vegetable Oils Consumption as One of the Leading Causes of Cancer and Heart Disease
Soroush Niknamian, Miriam Kalamian
link: , here

(2) Circ Res. 1985 Nov; 57 (5): 776-80.
Exposure to fatty acid increases human low density lipoprotein transfer across cultured endothelial monolayers.
Hennig B, Shasby DM, Spector AA.
link: , here

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