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Bored Chemist, hello my fried, my problem is that knowing three languages, grammar rules get in the way. Sorry to say, but it's the truth. What is your excuse?
Doctor Beaver you look healthy, ha, ha, ha, keep using it!I guess I am weird because I don't eat in fast-food (McDonald, Burger King, Wendy's). I eat only home made as much as possible. I don't eat fried food.My only hope is that people loved themselves better and eat healthier foods. I wish to erradicate diseases, Cancer, hyper tension, strokes, etc. That's my only goal in alerting people to use the right products. I am sorry if I sin in this. I want to make people aware that companies sometimes promote products bad to human consumption just to profit their pockets, not thinking about people's health. So, please stop using Canola Oil, just in case.
This is a more resent article capture by Google.com:Canola is not the name of a natural plant but a made-up word, from the words "Canada" and "oil". Canola is a genetically engineered plant developed in Canada from the Rapeseed Plant, which is part of the mustard family of plants. According to AgriAlternatives, The Online Innovation, and Technology Magazine for Farmers, "By nature, these rapeseed oils, which have long been used to produce oils for industrial purposes, are... toxic to humans and other animals". Rapeseed oil is poisonous to living things and is an excellent insect repellent. I have been using it (in very diluted form, as per instructions) to kill the aphids on my roses for the last two years. It works very well; it suffocates them. Ask for it at your nursery. Rape is an oil that is used as a lubricant, fuel, soap and synthetic rubber base and as a illuminate for color pages in magazines. It is an industrial oil.It is not a food.Rape oil is strongly related to symptoms of emphysema, respiratory distress, anemia, constipation, irritability, and blindness in animals and humans. Rape oil was widely used in animal feeds in England and Europe between 1986 and 1991, when it was discontinued.
Now if this is how canola oil penetrates the fabric of a towel, what damage can it do in your body?
Here is some more posting please read previous posts.According to John Thomas' book, Young Again, 12 years ago in England and Europe, rape seed was fed to cows, pigs and sheep who later went blind and began attacking people. There were no further attacks after the rape seed was eliminated from their diet. Source: David Dancu, N.D.Apparently peanut oil is being replaced with rape oil. You'll find it in an alarming number of processed foods. I read where rape oil was the source of the chemical warfare agent mustard gas, which was banned after blistering the lungs and skins of hundred of thousands of soldiers and civilians during W.W.I. Recent French reports indicate that it was again in use during the Gulf War. Check products for ingredients. If the label says, "may contain the following" and lists canola oil, you know it contains canola oil because it is the cheapest oil and the Canadian government subsidizes it to industries involved in food processing.Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) is a rare fatal degenerative disease caused by in a build up long-chain fatty acids (c22 to c28) which destroys the myelin (protective sheath) of the nerves. Canola oil is a very long chain fatty acid oil (c22). Those who will defend canola oil say that the Chinese and Indians have used it for centuries with no effect, however it was in an unrefined form.*(* taken from FATS THAT HEAL AND FATS THAT KILL by Udo Erasmus.)I read about a man who bred birds, always checking labels to insure there was no rape seed in their food. He said, "The birds will eat it, but they do not live very long." A friend, who worked for only 9 mo. as a quality control taster at an apple-chip factory where Canola oil was used exclusively for frying, developed numerous health problems.Rape seed oil used for stir-frying in China found to emit cancer-causing chemicals. (Rapeseed oil smoke causes lung cancer.) Amal Kumar Maj. The Wall Street Journal, June 7, 1995 pB6(W) pB6 (E) col 1(11 col in). Compiled by Darleen Bradley.
Perhaps you could repeat the experiment with a nut oil like nutmeg oil. It too should be more difficult to wash out
...I should presumably (according to the sort of logic shown before) avoid all foreign food.
What is this ""Mostly all the cooking oil are partially hydrogenated soy. "Well, if that's true then since, as you say, hydrogenated oils are often high in trans fatty acids (which seems not to be a good thing) it would be better to use some other oilCanola oil would fit the bill. It's used as-is rather than hydrogenated." Why you do think companies are now proclaiming "NO TRANS-FAT" in their commercial labels? "Because there is evidence that trans fats are a bad thing.So what?Canola oil isn't a good sourse of trans fats."Because people are investigating, they know that trans-fat is a man-made fat that the body doesn't know how to dissolved."Well, it's more complex than that but it's fair to say that trans fats are a by product of fat processing and there's evidence they are bad for you.WTF does this have to do with canola? Wild type rapeseed oil has a relatively high trans fatty acid content. But Canola has been bred specifically not to. Did you read the wiki article? It explains the name "The word "canola" was derived from "Canadian oil, low acid"""If you want to read about warning google it. Go to "google.com" and write Canola Oil. Read for yourself. "I did. That's how I found the wiki article I cited earlier. That wiki article in turn features a report saying canola is full of trans fatty acids. The organisation that produced the report also says (on their website) that "It contains "the infamous chemical warfare agent mustard gas" which simply isn't true.Now I obviously can't vouch for all the world's oil, but I have seen analyses of biodiesel made from rapeseed oil that had very low levels of erucic acid (the alledged source of the problems). So, even industrial oil hasn't got the stuff in it. Why would it be in the food chain?
This is another Moon Landing thread. You won't win, despite the sense of your arguments.
You stir the stinky one over and time again.
Every time I've heard of genetically modified anything, it always follows the same formula: At first, it's a miracle product, then some scientists do some studies on it, and later, it's proven to be bad for you in one way or another. I remember back in the early 80's when everyone was so hip on NutraSweet. And we all know how that turned out.
Well, if it were so great, there wouldn't be a whirlwind of controversy over its safety. Again, it's one of these issues where the evidence for both sides is unclear. Check out this blog: ...sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
REGISTER or LOGINYes i'm sorry for talking about aspartame and going off track from canola oil, but it seemed necessary to point out that to claim canola oil is poisonous is using the same flawed logic as claiming aspartame is poisonous. There's no actual scientific backing for either stance.
Replies to bored chemist:What I said was clear. Not a single one of your responses is meaningful when viewed through any other lens than that of an overly simple chemist who interprets all things through a clever fourteen year old's interpretations of rationality, politics, and knowledge itself. Your responses in general reveal a small ego supporting itself with boorish, unkind, and selfishly slanted certainty bolstered with shallow if sharp intellect.Any more communication with you would be useless, because you aren't really about understanding. You are about aggrandizing yourself.I stand by every word I wrote. When your spirit has become positive, I may waste another second engaged with you.
"Is Canola oil actually a healthy oil." To answer such a question, one needs to be far more than a chemist
Again, I stand by my words.
Actually, I wasn't attacking ad hominem.
How toxic is solanine? I mean, I always hear warnings about raw potatoes, but people also go completely nuts over eating dirt and raw eggs: both things I have consumed my whole life, and which the popularity of brown sugar and mousse rather contradict.