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Originally posted by SunnyDee
That was a good find, this article. It makes sense. From a totally non scientific perspective, adding toxic, chemically and mechanically created oils to the body does seem like it would shut down certain systems in the body. Add to it that, that Canola oil(rapeseed oil) and soy are toxic. Google it, or read this article below:
I heard about the dangers of canola oil here on ATS a few years ago. I read up on it, and have decided it is toxic! I argued with a relative about this toxicity, but my relative believes it's the best oil out there for you, and she wasn't going to think any further on it!
ALso read the label for Vegetable oil that you buy. The name brands are all canola oil! I try to only use olive oil now, but I guess I need to make sure it is cold pressed also, FYI.
Originally posted by theMat
I listened to an Alex Jones interview with Dr. Joel D. Wallach, and it was stated that Wallach discovered through millions of autopsies in animals and humans that most "natural cause" deaths conclusively occur because of lack of nutrition.
He also stated that Diabetes is a disease that exists because of mineral deficiencies. I suggest that people listen to this interview, it is very interesting. The fact that he has beaten the FDA multiple times in court cases over his research shows that his information is sound. Also, it makes a lot of sense because since the emergence of type 2 diabetes, much of America's food had become highly processed and drained of essential nutrients and minerals. Many Americans are actually not unhealthy because they are having too much of this or that, it is mostly because they are starving for the things they are not getting from their food.
Originally posted by Varemia
This doesn't make much sense to me. Fats do not raise insulin levels. Type 2 Diabetes is insulin resistance. Resistance is formed against hormones/drugs after prolonged exposure to high levels of it. How does fat cause this?
Sugars, or things that break down as sugars, cause this. Because processed food is almost entirely bread, pasta, and sugar, insulin levels in the average person's bloodstream are almost always constantly high.
By simple logic, it means that prolonged exposure to high levels of carbohydrates are what cause Type 2 Diabetes, not fats.
But that's just my take on the matter.