What? There’s no such thing as a canola plant? Then what is canola oil? You thought it was like corn or soy, and you thought those used to be okay, remember?
I feel so bad for people who don’t know. When I walk through Whole Foods or some other huge grocery store I see all those semi-healthy people eyeballing that food bar, like the Gods dropped off everything they love, but they can only pick 3 things. Little do they know that is what they’re going to eat, three things. Canola oil is not even food, but it’s in just about everything creamy – everyone of those “salads” and creamy dishes all prepared and waiting for you to scoop some into your individualized container and head over to a table by the window, or maybe back to your car with a spoon. You WILL need a spoon by the way to scoop up all of that cell choking gunk.
Canola oil is rapeseed oil. You can’t eat rapeseed oil. They have to cook down, cook out, and reduce rapeseed so it meets FDA guidelines, but what about the limit on pesticides? Just because you can’t smell the rapeseed and the bug killer doesn’t mean it’s not there. People die every day because of gas leaks in their homes that can’t be smelled, so don’t even go there. Plus, canola doesn’t even stink while it’s going rancid, so that fresh food that you scooped into your container bucket may be fresh, but the canola could be old, and you just may be “getting old” fast, heading for your canola fresh grave. This is serious. The canola food bar is really bad, folks. You could be getting heart lesions. It’s time to find out more. Canola could be choking your cells and leading you right to cancer. Don’t trust the food bar – you don’t know how much you’re getting of what, even if they do tell you what’s in it. It’s like pot luck and you don’t know anyone who made your food. Does that sound like a safe way to fuel your body? How hungry are you, really? – Hungry enough to ruin your health? Buy organic and prepare it yourself. Better yet, grow your own, if you can.
S.D. Wells at Natural News writes:
Step right up to your favorite food bar, whether at Whole Foods, Harris Teeter or Farm Fresh, and “get you some” potato salad, coleslaw, egg salad, pasta salad, chicken salad, tuna salad, baked goods, or just make your own salad with lots of salad “dressing” and you are most likely getting a few heaping tablespoons of rapeseed oil with each serving, better known these days as canola oil.
BEWARE! TOXIC RAPESEED AND OTHER LOW-GRADE OILS WITH ADDITIVES ARE BEING PASSED OFF AS OLIVE OIL!