FATS: Good, Bad, & Ugly – Nutrition News About Our Cooking Oils!

An Ageless Woman Living Podcast

Nutrition facts

          What fats and oils do you have in your cupboard and refrigerator right now?

You may be mortified to learn that some of the oils you probably consider healthy choices are doing great damage to your body by increasing inflammation, adding toxins, and multiplying the free radicals. After listening to this Audio podcast, you will be highly motivated to make some healthy substitutions right away!

Robyn  & Danna share some of the appalling facts  on today’s episode of the AGELESS WOMAN LIVING PODCAST.

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It’s time to clean out your cupboards and toss the:

Canola OilWhat Oils Are In Your Fridge Now?
Soybean Oil
Corn Oil
Safflower Oil
Sunflower Oil
Cotton Seed Oil
Vegetable Oil
Rapeseed Oil
Grape Seed Oil
Margarine

Substitute with:  (Our favorites have links)

Extra Virgin Coconut Oil (for cooking and baking)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil  (for drizzling and salad dressings)
Avocado Oil (for cooking – but not near as good as Coconut)
Grass fed/organic Butter
Grass fed/organic Ghee

Below is a link to a very comprehensive guide to using your oils in the kitchen.   Check it out as I’m sure it will help you figure out your best uses.

The Ultimate Guide To Healthy Cooking Oils

 

Resources & References:

The Facts about “PUFA’s” (Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids)

Diane San Felipo – Why she doesn’t eat canola oil:

Diane San Felipo – What oils are safe for cooking

The Anti-Inflammatory Diet: How to Choose the Right Cooking Oil

Dr. Axe’s thoughts on canola oil

Dr. Mercola – Soybean oil in processed food is harmful

The information provided on this website, podcasts or any other communication by Danna, Robyn Thomson, or any expert guests is not a substitute for a face-to-face consultation with your physician, and should not be construed as medical advice. The entire contents of this website are based upon the opinions of Danna and Robyn, aka Ageless Woman Living ( formerly The Makeover Mentor), unless otherwise noted.