Why You Should Never Eat Vegetable Oil or Margarine

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Vegetable oil and margarine are artificial fats that have a very negative effect on the body. Find out why you shouldn’t consume these oils.

Lucero D‘s insight:

In the last few years I’ve switched to using olive oil in most of my cooking.  Also, since I’ve been married vegetable shortening has only made a few appearances in our kitchen.  Both my husband and I believe that a little bit of a natural thing is much better than a lot (if any at all) of something synthesized.  I’ve known for years that margarine is so processed that it is more akin to plastic than a food.  Reading this article just brought home for me that I should only used cold pressed oils, butter and lard in my cooking if I want to give my family something natural that the body will recognize.  

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Lucero De La Tierra (1077 Posts)

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3 comments for “Why You Should Never Eat Vegetable Oil or Margarine

  1. March 21, 2013 at 8:20 pm

    Margarin is the worst! I’ve been trying to convince people of it for years, but people have been tricked into thinking it’s good for them =(

  2. April 1, 2013 at 10:46 pm

    I cook with canola oil from time to time and feel guilty about that but I know that margarine is even worse. Whenever I can I try to use olive or coconut oil.
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    • Lucero De La Tierra
      April 3, 2013 at 10:13 am

      When I found out this information I totally started rethinking the way I cook. I’m sure you are well aware how hard it is to break away from what we’ve become used to – the textures, flavors and ease of use. Like you I too use mostly olive oil and coconut oil when I can. I just thought I had to share this because I can’t be the only one who wasn’t aware of all the chemicals used in the processing of our cooking oil.

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