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"VEGETABLE" / SEED OIS:

Misdiagnoses, Danger & Damage. Teicholz et al

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Note: Avocado Oil is good. Still, know your source and the methods they use.

Raw Coconut oil, good, too. Again, know the source and their methods.

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Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Olive Oil is NOT considered a (bad) "vegetable" or seed oil. It is good and can have some wonderful health benefits for many if tolerated, as long as the source is pure, it's actually real and follows correct procedures from growth, harvest to specific COLD processing with no industrial solvents.

However, there are many adulterated oils sold under the label of olive oil - even with some name brands - so homework is required. But that is not part of this video.

And, animal fats are good, too. Best from grass-fed & grass-finished ruminant animals (cattle, bison, lamb, etc.) though chicken & pork is not as nutritionally dense as ruminants, their meat and their fat are certainly fine with benefits and, again, best from good sources who really take care of the animals all the way around.

Yet, even for those who simply cannot afford or obtain the meat - or fish - from the best practices, there are ranges of care / levels of ranching practices. Some may not have the top certification yet may still be doing a lot right. Get to know sources.. Just avoid any factory produced meats or farmed fish.

There is no evidence whatsoever that saturated fats from animals causes heart risk, though. That was not just overblown but not correct in the first place.

There are presentations from Teicholz regarding that beyond this one. Just search her name / see her book / website for those references.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPlHuXYI8v0

Most Dangerous Cooking Oils in the World - 2019
Dr. Ken Berry

"Vegetable Oils" from seed and beans, really.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGLwGOvvWeg

Why is Vegetable Oil in EVERYTHING? | The History and Corruption Behind Processed Oils

Not nutritionally healthy in the first place but the added Industrial Solvents; High Heat; Bleaching, etc. make it caustic in many ways (poster's words).

11:24 video - Analyze & Optimize -Aug. 31, 2019


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5_RO6Fgurw

Nina Teicholz - Vegetable Oils: The Untold Story and the US Dietary Guidelines

34:55 video - October 31, 2018.

Filmed at the Emerging Science of Carbohydrate Restriction and Nutritional Ketosis, Scientific Sessions at The Ohio State University.

Nina Teicholz is a New York Times bestselling investigative science journalist who has played a pivotal role in challenging the conventional wisdom on dietary fat.

Her groundbreaking work, 'The Big Fat Surprise', which The Economist named as the #1 science book of 2014, has led to a profound rethinking on whether we have been wrong to think that fat, including saturated fat, causes disease.
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I know this is a long discussion. However, it is very important. Hopefully, you can stream YouTube onto your TV and rest a notebook in your lap as you lounge and relax.

I cannot over emphasis the importance of what this guest has to say about how serious gut / body problems literally disappeared when he got the so-called "vegetable" oils out of his life.

His journey to that point and the success at finally figuring out the root cause of his problems, well, it's enlightening to say the least.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KY8pq8GwLVo

Sinning with Seed Oils - are Vegetable Oils Healthy? Tucker Goodrich, guest, Podcast #10 - Ivor Cummins, host.

2:13:55 video interview - March 19, 2019
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WgI9JK1xpo

Vegetable and seed oils are inflammatory

Dr Paul Mason discusses how to improve your omega 3 index.

5:33 video - April 20, 2019
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUY_SDhxf4k

Dr. Paul Mason - 'Saturated fat is not dangerous'

28:34 video - Nov. 2017 - Low Carb Down Under conference


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hj7ldyKQnRA

Dr. David Diamond - 'An Assessment of Cardiovascular Risks of a Low Carbohydrate, High Fat Diet'

31:18 video - Low Carb Down Under, Winter 2018


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaEmiUfL7ts

Aug 27, 2019 - Diet Doctor VIDEO Podcast #27

Guest: cardiologist, David Diamond, PhD

1:06 video interview, host: cardiologist, Dr. Bret Scher

Professor David Diamond says you have been misled and deceived when it comes to LDL cholesterol and statins. But he isn't just going to tell you his opinion. He wants to show you the science. , , ,
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrrK1yBWBho

Dr. Ann M. Childers - (Conventionally Raised, Corn Fed) Beef Is Very Inflammatory (2:06)

2:06 video - Cattle raised in corn lots . . similar to issues with "vegetable oil" Omega 6 too high, and that's inflammatory


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l55OjWS9pEc

The food revolution 2016

Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt - DietDoctor.com

2016 - 39-minute video

. . . The problem started with the U.S. Government campaign that told people to fear fat . . .
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYrdrWNSMcc

Fat Emperor - Ivor Cummins posts in Nov. 2019: Daily Bites

5:20 video segment from a longer interview with

Prof Tim Noakes on Cholesterol, Cardiology and Your Liver
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrrK1yBWBho

Dr. Ann M. Childers - (Conventionally Raised, Corn Fed) Beef Is Very Inflammatory (2:06)

2:06 video - Cattle raised in corn lots . . similar to issues with "vegetable oil" Omega 6 too high, and that's inflammatory

On the other hand, grass fed & grass finished / pastured cattle . . . lamb, etc. have a much healthier fat composition.

for nutrition on meats, see the websites & videos for "L. Amber O'Hearn"
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Most low carb / ketogenic / carnivore presenters and the restorative ranchers such as Dr. Peter Ballestrand (sp?) say that it does not matter that much if one just gets what they can afford at least they are better off in many ways.

Still, for those with serious health challenges who might equate their nutrition intake with their "real" medicine, if possible,

There are various places to find grass fed & finished / pastured beef. Many local markets can get it from regional ranchers but you might have to ask & explore.

Just one that comes to mind, in Canton, MO:

https://grasslandbeef.com/

other "regenerative rancher" experts include Dr. George DIggs, Diana Rodger (Rogers?) . . .

https://sustainabledish.com/about-diana/

Diana Rodgers, RD, LDN is a “real food” Licensed Registered Dietitian Nutritionist living on a working organic farm west of Boston.
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https://www.nutritioncoalition.us/

NUTRITION COALITION

For Dietary Policy Based on Rigorous Science
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https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2019/05/06/grass-fed-or-lab-bred-meats.aspx

Grass Fed or Lab Fed — Which Is Better for Your Health and the Environment?

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola - May 6, 2019
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Healing from within - The importance of animal fats and animal protein / nutrients to the nerves and all tissues involved in holding our bodies together, really.

Whether wounds are inside body or on skin, she discusses various situations. And, of course, with any chronic illness, healing of bodily tissue is paramount.

As with all the other videos of hers I've seen, here's an excellent video presentation by a hospital health provider in New Zealand.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGv0jEXjHzQ

Nutrition for TISSUE & Wound Healing

YouTube . . . 24;00 presentation - Layla Chords Meats Life - Dec. 6, 2019

Ever wondered what micro and macro nutrients you need for optimal wound healing and tissue repair? Here it is!

Resources: (click "show more" in the notes below the video
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