Do you know how Canola Oil is Made?

Written by Changing Habits

March 13, 2013

One of the first things that Changing Habits will tell you to do, is to stop consuming vegetable oils. We all might know that they are highly processed, though we don’t actually know why. Vegetable oils, like corn, canola, soy and sunflower (which are used in ‘vegetable’ oils),  are alien to human physiology and toxic to our bodies. Despite all this processing you will see in the video, they are highly likely to come from genetically modified seeds. Watch the video below to find out exactly why, after all the processing, we like to refer to it as toxic oil.

Oils such as macadamia oil, almond oil, coconut oil and inca inchi oil are not processed like this. They do not need harsh chemicals and high heats to produce a stunning oil. They are cold pressed (if stated) and full of beneficial nutrients.

Cyndi’s book, Changing Habits Changing Lives, discusses vegetable oils and hydrogenated vegetable oils (a whole new process in itself).

 Happy Changing Habits.

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