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179- The Inflammatory Effects of Toxic Seed & Vegetable Oils

“Nutrition is complicated, but seed oil disrespect is easy.” – Dr. K

In today’s podcast, I talk with Dr. K and Ashley, founders of the Seed Oil Rebellion.

They are on a mission to help spread awareness of seed oils, their effects on our health, and how to live a seed oil-free life.

Seed oils, also known as vegetable oils or industrial seed oils, are highly processed oils extracted from seeds such as soybeans, corn, rapeseed, cottonseed, sunflower, and safflower seeds. 

After the seeds are harvested, they are then heated to extremely high temperatures that oxidize the fatty acids creating byproducts that are harmful to our health. Due to the high amounts of omega-6 fatty acids found in these oils, not only do they become inflammatory compounds in the pan but in your body as well. They play a significant role in chronic inflammatory diseases and a large variety of other skin, gut, and weight issues to name a few. 

While they may not be present in your home as cooking oils, the truth of the matter is they are in just about everything. Most packaged foods, from tortilla chips to coffee creamer, and just about every restaurant. 

The Evil Eight, as we call them, are canola, corn, cottonseed (or rapeseed), soybean, sunflower, safflower, grapeseed, and rice bran. These are the absolute worst oils and should always be avoided as best as possible.

The Simple Six, which we consider the healthiest oils are ghee (clarified butter), beef tallow, butter, coconut, avocado, and olive oil. Use these to cook with and look for store-bought options including these too!

Our conversation is one you don’t want to miss – get ready to have your mind blown!

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Guest blog by Ashley:
The Problem with Seed Oils


The Seed Rebellion
Seed Oil-free Guides

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