Oil: good or bad?
‘Just because something is less-bad doesn’t make it good’ – Dr. Alan Goldhammer. All oil is bad for your health and poses health concerns.
Oils have zero fiber, carbohydrates, protein, vitamins, minerals, or essential fats. Consuming oil injures the endothelium, the innermost lining of the artery and causes vascular disease. And if that’s not enough, oil is easily stored by the body as fat, hence Dr. McDougall’s ‘The fat you eat is the fat you wear.’
Here were sharing Forks Over Knives Coconut Oil graph showing that coconut oil is Not a health food. It is a refined, processed food, just like white flour and sugar – a food stripped of its natural fiber and nutrients.
So if you’re looking to lose weight and prevent disease a great place to start is by looking at the oil in your diet – & getting it out!