canola-oil

This Cooking Oil is EATING Your Brain

Remember how canola oil was supposed to be the next big thing?

They told us it was made from vegetables… they even claimed it was the healthiest cooking oil on the market.

But they were lying through their teeth!

Because new research has proven that canola oil is more dangerous than we’ve ever known.

And it could turn your senior years into a living nightmare.

Researchers from Temple University have revealed that canola oil may be slowly destroying your brain.

A team from the university’s Alzheimer’s Center found that mice who were fed canola oil daily experienced HUGE brain problems.

Their memories were worse… they even lost the ability to solve problems and learn new skills.

In fact, the canola-fed mice performed substantially worse on all cognitive tests than the mice who were fed a normal diet.

Even worse? The canola mice were showing the common signs of Alzheimer’s, including increased plaques and tau tangles in their brains.

Upon closer investigation, the Temple team found that canola oil actually interferes with communication among brain cells.

What’s more? The mice that were given canola oil gained a shocking amount of weight – the equivalent to a 100-pound human gaining 20 pounds in 6 months!

One thing is clear: canola oil is anything but safe.

And it’s certainly not healthy.

You see, canola oil is made from something called hybridized rapeseed – there’s no such thing as a canola plant.

Rapeseed oil was once used for industrial applications and in certain foods – that is, until the health issues started piling up.

The hybridized rapeseed oil was then rebranded as canola oil to make it more appealing to consumers.

And we’ve been buying it ever since.

Sure, canola oil might save you a few bucks at the grocery store, but it’ll cost you bigtime down the line.

Instead, be sure to opt for organic extra virgin olive oil.

Extra virgin olive oil has been proven to reduce the risk of heart disease and is a potent antioxidant thanks to its high levels of polyphenols.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health