What s the Healthiest Oil

 

Best Cooking Oils for Low-Carb or Keto Lifestyle

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What Is The Best Cooking Oil? coconut oil vs avocado oil vs olive oil vs vegetable oil vs butter

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Is Vegetable Oil Healthy? | The WORST Cooking Oils!

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Products Explained: Know Your Cooking Oils

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THE BEST HEALTHY COOKING OILS + What to AVOID! | Becca Bristow

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Are vegetable oils healthy?

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Which Cooking Oils are Safe? (Which to AVOID)

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Are vegetable oils healthy?

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Best Cooking Oils for Low-Carb or Keto Lifestyle

Video taken from the channel: Dr. Becky Gillaspy


 

Products Explained: Know Your Cooking Oils

Video taken from the channel: Erwan Heussaff


 

What Is The Best Cooking Oil? coconut oil vs avocado oil vs olive oil vs vegetable oil vs butter

Video taken from the channel: Dr. Sten Ekberg


 

Is Vegetable Oil Healthy? | The WORST Cooking Oils!

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THE BEST HEALTHY COOKING OILS + What to AVOID! | Becca Bristow

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Which Cooking Oils are Safe? (Which to AVOID)

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The Healthiest Cooking Oils, According to a Registered Dietitian Olive Oil. The Mediterranean Diet has been linked to weight loss and a reduction in disease risk, plus a boost in Avocado Oil. This oil, derived from the flesh of pressed avocados, has a. 10 of the Healthiest Cooking Oils, Explained 1. Canola oil. I don’t know about you, but I grew up thinking canola oil was one step away from propane—AKA, really 2. Extra-virgin olive oil.

Lisa Sasson, clinical associate professor of nutrition at NYU Steinhardt, is obsessed with 3. Pure olive. The 10 Best and Worst Oils For Your Health Olive oil. Nutrition and cooking experts agree that one of the most versatile and healthy oils to cook with and eat is Coconut oil.

Depending on who you ask, coconut oil should either be avoided or embraced in moderation. The main point of Vegetable. The Science of Cooking Oils: Which Are Really the Healthiest? Selecting oils.

So what do the findings of the report suggest about how you should use cooking oils? The main points are Avocado oil. Avocado oil is rich in monounsaturated fat (70 percent of the fats in the oil are monounsaturated. Here’s an alphabetical list of common cooking oils that contain more of the “better-for-you” fats and less saturated fat.

Canola Corn Olive Peanut Safflower Soybean Sunflower. When it comes to high heat cooking, coconut oil is your best choice. Over 90% of the fatty acids in it are saturated, which makes it very resistant to heat. This oil is semi-solid at room.

So, here’s a tip that will make your cooking healthier and save you money at the same time: Save your extra virgin olive oil for off-heat uses such as salad dressings and choose a refined olive oil for sautéing vegetables. But Smoke Point Is Only Half the Story. Avoiding smoking oil isn’t all you need to worry about. Pressed from the rapeseed plant, canola oil is similar to vegetable oil in flavor, color, smoke point, and usage qualities. Both canola and vegetable oil.

Some healthy forms of polyunsaturated fats are: flaxseed oil, walnut oil, and macadamia nut oil. And, we always want to stay away from processed polyunsaturated fats such as canola oil, corn oil, soybean oil, margarine, and vegetable oils. These processed oils wreak havoc on the body and should be avoided entirely.

Olive oil is one of the healthiest fats. It’s resistant to heat because, like animal fats, it’s high in monounsaturated fatty acids. These have only one double bond, making them relatively stable.

List of related literature:

Testing of olive oil reveals anywhere from 60 to 90 percent of the olive oils sold in American grocery stores and served in restaurants are adulterated with cheap, oxidized, omega-6 vegetable oils, such as sunflower oil or peanut oil, or non-human-grade olive oils, which are harmful to health in a number of ways.

“Superfuel: Ketogenic Keys to Unlock the Secrets of Good Fats, Bad Fats, and Great Health” by Dr. James DiNicolantonio, Dr. Joseph Mercola
from Superfuel: Ketogenic Keys to Unlock the Secrets of Good Fats, Bad Fats, and Great Health
by Dr. James DiNicolantonio, Dr. Joseph Mercola
Hay House, 2018

However, oils that are high in polyunsaturated fatty acids (e.g., safflower, poppyseed, flaxseed, and grapeseed oils) and monounsaturated fatty acids (almond, avocado, and olive oils) probably provide greater health benefits.

“Sports Nutrition for Health Professionals” by Natalie Digate Muth, Michelle Murphy Zive
from Sports Nutrition for Health Professionals
by Natalie Digate Muth, Michelle Murphy Zive
F.A. Davis Company, 2019

Ideally, most of your cooking should be done at low to moderate temperatures using healthy MUFA fats (monounsaturated fats), including extra-virgin olive oil, avocado oil, macadamia oil, and walnut oil, and minimal to modest amounts of omega-6 vegetable oils.

“Peak: The New Science of Athletic Performance That is Revolutionizing Sports” by Marc Bubbs
from Peak: The New Science of Athletic Performance That is Revolutionizing Sports
by Marc Bubbs
Chelsea Green Publishing, 2019

The vegetable oil used is rapeseed (canola), which is high in unsaturated fatty acids including oleic acid and essential fatty acids linoleic acid and α-linolenic acid which are 2and 20 times higher, respectively, compared with olive oil used in the MedDiet [42].

“Dietary Patterns and Whole Plant Foods in Aging and Disease” by Mark L. Dreher
from Dietary Patterns and Whole Plant Foods in Aging and Disease
by Mark L. Dreher
Springer International Publishing, 2018

Healthy plant cooking oils such as soybean, canola, olive oil, safflower, etc., also contain a high concentration of omega-3 fatty acids, monounsaturated fat, and numerous other vitamins and minerals such as natural vitamin E [46].

“Cancer and Sexual Health” by John P Mulhall, Luca Incrocci, Irwin Goldstein, Ray Rosen
from Cancer and Sexual Health
by John P Mulhall, Luca Incrocci, et. al.
Humana Press, 2011

Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats (check the food labels), such as that found in certain vegetable oils like olive oil and canola oil, are healthier forms of dietary fat.

“Psychology and the Challenges of Life: Adjustment and Growth” by Jeffrey S. Nevid, Spencer A. Rathus
from Psychology and the Challenges of Life: Adjustment and Growth
by Jeffrey S. Nevid, Spencer A. Rathus
Wiley, 2016

Canola, corn, olive, sunflower, and safflower oils have all been marketed as oils with more attractive nutritional values, such as lower levels of saturated fat and higher levels of polyunsaturated fat.

“Fats and Oils: Formulating and Processing for Applications, Third Edition” by Richard D. O'Brien
from Fats and Oils: Formulating and Processing for Applications, Third Edition
by Richard D. O’Brien
CRC Press, 2008

Olive oil is a potent source of a variety of anti-inflammatory compounds including polyphenols, which may prevent Alzheimer’s disease and depression; it also contains high levels of oleic acid, which is a healthy, monounsaturated omega-9 oil.

“The Brain Fog Fix: Reclaim Your Focus, Memory, and Joy in Just 3 Weeks” by Mike Dow
from The Brain Fog Fix: Reclaim Your Focus, Memory, and Joy in Just 3 Weeks
by Mike Dow
Hay House, 2015

The only other oils used in the household should be olive oil (monounsaturated fat) and organic canola oil (with a favorable omega-6 to omega-3 ratio of 2:1).

“The Vaccine Guide: Risks and Benefits for Children and Adults” by Randall Neustaedter
from The Vaccine Guide: Risks and Benefits for Children and Adults
by Randall Neustaedter
North Atlantic Books, 2002

The healthiest are led by monounsaturated fats, such as extra-virgin olive oil, nuts, canola oil, and avocados.

“The Sonoma Diet: Trimmer Waist, Better Health in Just 10 Days!” by Connie Guttersen
from The Sonoma Diet: Trimmer Waist, Better Health in Just 10 Days!
by Connie Guttersen
Meredith Books, 2005

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  • Hey, what about flax oil? Sesame oil? And do animal fats oxidize and cause free radicals like cooking oils? I use a lot of bacon fat hehe

  • Its expensive I’am told but, here comes the carbs, Fried potatoes with duck fat. I am going to be the guinea pig, and try it.I can always go back to carnivore.

  • Dr Berry, thanks for all your great videos. What about chicken fat for frying in? I make dog food for my 2 dogs out of chicken quarters and always have lots of chicken fat left that I’ve been freezing. I refrigerate the broth and it solidifies on the topthen I just scrape it off the top and freeze.

  • What about refined coconut oil, which has no coconut flavor? Is there something about the refinement that makes the oil not as good as unrefined coconut oil? Some recipes need a more neutral cooking oil and avocado oil is pretty pricey. Thanks for all the info!

  • Very informative. Great to really have the different types of oil used and explained how they should be used. Curious, you wear made in MNL, but no accent, so you are “mistos”? Especially your name, not a typical Pinoy name. But I’ll watch your posting.

  • Wooah! been thinking about this, this is very informative! Please upload other videos relative to healthful tips like this. More power!:)

  • Thank you for your videos, they’re very clear and thorough. How would you rate goose fat or cold-pressed rapeseed oil? It’s my understanding that ‘cold pressed’ is the purest form of oil, given no heat is used to speed the process, and therefore less likely to damage the oil.

  • I use coconut oil. However I can’t convince my mother to use it. Instead she uses canola oil. She thinks its healthy. I wonder where she got the idea. My family thinks poly fats are good while saturated fats are bad because they said it will solidify in the blood vessels and cause heart attack. I’m not a doctor so they won’t believe me.

  • Any thoughts on Sunflower seed oil and Sunflowers seeds?
    A couple of the Keto gurus seem to say the Sunflower seed oil and sunflower seeds are healthy for you. (especially organic)
    Thanks on the tip on high oleic acid content.
    I am impressed by your integrity and honesty!!
    Thanks Doc!

  • Watch this video to the end and prosper from her research. Fake fats are garbage. I rarely eat in a restaurant and when I do I ask about whether oil is used in the food choice I’m selecting. If yes, I choose something else. Fortunately there’s nearly always a steak offered and I can ask for plain vegets, unless actual butter.

  • p.s. if canola oil is cold pressed and organic (non-GMO) it sure would open up lots of food options for me. I eat Whole Foods salads and some of their tastiest looking foods use that. They use it in everything…. rarely is olive oil used.
    thanks Doc

  • Pretty odd that your advice goes directly against the American heart association and Harvard university’s recommendations, saturated and trans fats both have been proven to increase LDL cholesterol increasing your risk of atherosclerosis, canola is low in both saturated and trans fats and even has a significant amounts of Omega 3 fatty acids which also have an anti-inflammatory effect in the body, decrease the growth of plaque in the arteries, and aid in thinning blood.

  • Thank you Erwan, I honestly wanted to know what kind of cooking oils is best to cook with because I’m trying to be more aware of what i eat & then I see your video on my notifications so I appreciate the time you put into making this
    Btw I wish I had a boyfriend who knows how to cook as good as you, I wouldn’t mind if he made better dishes than I would haha

  • What about extra within rapeseed.. I though I am doing better the oils oil for years now.. it’s not processed. Could you tslk about the processed vs cold pressed oils differeces

  • We just bought what I thought was a great mayonnaise made with sunflower seed oil. Came up zero carb and high fat. Too bad. It is tasty!

  • Use: Saturated oils for cooking, can tolerate/is stable at higher heat
    Coconut oil (extra virgin)
    Avocado oil (higher smoke oil)
    MCT oil

    Avoid: Unsaturated oils with lower smoke points, less stable, form free radicals
    Vegetable oils (polyunsaturated fats, least stable in heat when cooking)
    Olive oil good oil but use for non-cooking purposes
    Canola oil controversial (highly refined, linked to inflammation)
    Soybean oil
    Corn oil

  • No PROCEESED OIL is healthy PERIOD. You want olive oil eat olives. Nature doesn’t make mistakes. Its WHOLE FOODS for a reason. Man takes perfection and fucks it up.

  • Love ❤️ quick Q — what about when people say not to cook with olive oil because of what happens to the molecules when it gets hot..??

  • Great vid. To add to the wonders and countless benefits of virgin coconut oil, they now use it to reverse Alzheimer’s symptoms and epilepsy, promote healthy testosterone levels, kill harmful microbes, help burn more fat, reduce craving, among others. And it’s actually good for the heart despite being high in saturated fats it helps increase good HDL cholesterol and help convert bad LDL cholesterol to less harmful form, which can personally attest to.

  • Here’s the Fats and Oil guide I use: https://balancedbites.com/fats-which-to-eat-and-which-to-ditch/ and for cooking: https://balancedbites.com/content/best-cooking-fats/. I try to avoid purchasing processed food without stable oils. If consumers demand better quality, suppliers will make better quality.

  • Thank you so much for the video! It is so informative! I use the grape seed oil. I’ve just checked it’s smoke point and I am good��

  • Vegetable oils are everywhere. Any study on the general population has no meaning since everyone is probably eating tons of veg oils without even knowing. Having a questionnaire on this means that people who claim to eat more veg oils are probably those who add it to salads or something like that. So you likely have a huge healthy user bias here. Plus no control group whatsoever since everyone gets some amount of veg oils anyway. This is terrible “science”.

  • Wooah! been thinking about this, this is very informative! Please upload other videos relative to healthful tips like this. More power!:)

  • Thanks for all of this information! I am also a huge fan of avocado oil! Can you share your thoughts on using refined, cold-pressed coconut oil for cooking when you don’t want that nutty taste? Do you think it’s okay for those instances? Or would you just recommend skipping it and using avocado oil in place?

  • Hi Ken. We have a farm here in the UK that makes cold-pressed rapeseed oil. It’s delicious and, I believe, not factory-made. Does this fall into the bad category with the rest of the seed oils? Martin

  • I have been doing Keto for 24 months now and lost 120 lbs at age 73. I read a lot from the Keto Community and am convinced that 80% (or more) of the benefits come from a small part of the recommendations (ie. eat low carb) and all the other “food quality” replayed recommendations will add much smaller benefit at the margin. The danger is that newbies think it is all required, are overwhelmed and don’t do anything as a result. That is tragic imo and so we need to separate health optimization from health improvement available to so many who don’t have the time, interest or money to pursue the former.

  • where does ghee fall in all of this? Is it a good option for baking/sautéing or does coconut oil reign supreme for these purposes?

  • Great vid. To add to the wonders and countless benefits of virgin coconut oil, they now use it to reverse Alzheimer’s symptoms and epilepsy, promote healthy testosterone levels, kill harmful microbes, help burn more fat, reduce craving, among others. And it’s actually good for the heart despite being high in saturated fats it helps increase good HDL cholesterol and help convert bad LDL cholesterol to less harmful form, which can personally attest to.

  • Yeah….i wish it were that simple……..experts are split on the subject, some saying coconut oil is the worst you can eat………others say it quite okay……this kind of testimony is commonplace….from dieticians, the mayo clinic and other health organisations.. “Coconut oil is extracted from coconut flesh, leaving behind the fibre, carbohydrate and protein, the extracted oil is pure fat. As we know, there are many different types of fats. The two major kinds are saturated fats (unhealthy fats that are linked with high blood cholesterol) and unsaturated fats (healthy fats that can reduce your risk of heart disease). Saturated fats make up 92% of coconut oil – a higher percentage than butter. Saturated fats tend to increase your LDL (unhealthy) cholesterol in the blood and should be eaten sparingly to minimise your risk of developing heart disease.

    One of the main arguments put forward by those who support coconut oil is that the saturated fat in coconut oil behaves differently to typical saturated fats, preventing any negative effects on health. The evidence states it’s not that simple. In fact, a recent report from the American Heart Association, based on a recent review of clinical trials, advises against using coconut oil due to its high saturated fat content.

    Coconut oil is particularly high in one type of saturated fatty acid (the building blocks of fats) called lauric acid. This type of fatty acid tends to mimic healthy unsaturated fats by boosting HDL (good) cholesterol. This may make it less concerning than other saturated fats. However, studies show that with the consumption of coconut oil, whilst healthy HDL cholesterol levels appear to rise, so too does total cholesterol and unhealthy LDL cholesterol in the blood!1

  • note: as to comments below when tossing oils.. Not down the sink.. Not in a bottle.. mix oil with something,,,flour, dirt.. cat litter… or it just makes a mess for the garbage man. Bottles burst = oily mess for him to clean up. Don’t mess with the cook or the garbage man.

  • can you include the resources that you used? I would like to dive more into this subject especially with cooking oils to avoid. i’ve seen canola oil getting a bad rep on the internet lately and am curious where it stems from.

  • Love ❤️ quick Q — what about when people say not to cook with olive oil because of what happens to the molecules when it gets hot..??

  • My endocrinologist told my yes it’s true canola oil causes inflammation. Then it all made sense, I would get an itch in my ears because of water under the skin (inflammation) and causing them to itch. It all started when I started using canola oil but you never think that they might be connected.

  • Hi. Can you please explain how canola oil is harmful? I didn’t find anything horrific in my research. And the only negative thing I found about soybean oil is that too much of it can cause a larger liver..? What about palm oil..?

  • Watch Dr. Berry’s latest video on Macular Degeneration on how industrial seed oils (and the processed foods that contain them) are causing damage to our eyes. Scary stuff.

  • Only oil I ever use is avocado and olive, and then I don’t use them everyday. I am sure in a little while from now, another survey will come out stating the exact opposite, just like the ones on coffee and eggs.

  • Kait-what do you and people here think might be the best foods/diet to eat to slow, stop, or even reverse the progression of atherosclerosis? Got a goodly amount over here and I’m casting a wide net trying to learn as much a I can about this. Thanks anybody,:)

  • It has just been reported in the British press that Dr Karin Michels of Harvard University has said in a German lecture that coconut oil is “pure poison”. What are your thoughts on that? I remember such people in the seventies saying that butter was poison, when it certainly wasn’t.

  • I will never look at a vat full of 375 degree seed oil the same way again. What are those fries soaking in? My goodness! And this is what we are told is the “good” oil. Good grief…

  • I use coconut oil. However I can’t convince my mother to use it. Instead she uses canola oil. She thinks its healthy. I wonder where she got the idea. My family thinks poly fats are good while saturated fats are bad because they said it will solidify in the blood vessels and cause heart attack. I’m not a doctor so they won’t believe me.

  • I use red palm oil and coconut oil… When im cooking. When eating out at restaurant i have no control of what they are using. Eating out is a norm here in Malaysia. It is also cheaper. Damn…

  • Videos like these and a lot of reading got me finally to buy that jar of virgin coconut oil

    After that I realised how much I love the taste of coconuts:D

  • I’ve been loving the duck fat lately. It’s liquid enough at room temp to make mayo without scrambling the eggs and is so yummy.
    BTW, Kait, I found another bone broth concentrate also from your neck of the woods. It is Australian Bone Broth Co. https://www.australianbonebrothco.com.au
    I have a friend who has a nightshade issue and that made me look closely at the ingredients in the Meadow and Marrow ones and several including the Lemon Herb which I love dearly include red peppers. The ABBC has one called 5 Herbs that is delicious with no nightshades. A bit cheaper too and in bigger jars.

  • I’ve been using Avocado oil for the past few months, and I can honestly say I never want to go back to any other cooking oils (excluding peanut oil for deep frying)

  • I use butter, ghee, bacon fat, avocado and coconut oil. I wanted to try duck fat and beef tallow but I need to find a place to buy them. I was talking to a client who mentioned that his daughter got him to try the Beyond Burger, and I mentioned how unhealthy it actually is because it contains canola oil an ingredient pretty high on the list and he said he thought canola oil was “heart healthy”. Ummm no.

  • Speaking of omega 3 to omega 6 ratios: I know that pork is fairly high in omega 6, so is it bad to eat too much pork? I eat mainly meat and a small amount of vegetables, but I prefer pork to beef so I tend to eat more of it. Is that bad?

  • Which oil is “best” for say frying chicken or cooking a breaded pork cutlet? I usually use vegetable or canola though I am considering switching. Any tips?

  • Eww. I got a couple of Mazola oil advertisements before and during your video.

    SO glad to be eating my dinner with duck fat and butter. This video is simple and to the point. Thanks for making and sharing it!!

  • I was in the understanding that avocado oil was perfectly ok for cooking and as healthy as olive oil! Can you elaborate on that please? And thank you for your videos, I enjoy them so much.

  • Hey Kait, I have a question! If you have used veggie oil for some time does going carnivore keto help repair the damage the veggie oil did?

  • Butter, bacon grease and lard are my favourites. I haven’t eaten margarine in years. I do eat mayonnaise, and it contains vegetable oils, but I don’t use it often.

  • I use red palm oil and coconut oil… When im cooking. When eating out at restaurant i have no control of what they are using. Eating out is a norm here in Malaysia. It is also cheaper. Damn…

  • I have been doing Keto for 24 months now and lost 120 lbs at age 73. I read a lot from the Keto Community and am convinced that 80% (or more) of the benefits come from a small part of the recommendations (ie. eat low carb) and all the other “food quality” replayed recommendations will add much smaller benefit at the margin. The danger is that newbies think it is all required, are overwhelmed and don’t do anything as a result. That is tragic imo and so we need to separate health optimization from health improvement available to so many who don’t have the time, interest or money to pursue the former.

  • Hi Kait! I love your content! One thing though please get a better microphone! I’ve working in AV for years so maybe I’m overly sensitive, but your mic pickup sounds hollow and tinny. Please upgrade so you can influence more people with your wisdom. This is important work you’re doing!

  • Watch Dr. Berry’s latest video on Macular Degeneration on how industrial seed oils (and the processed foods that contain them) are causing damage to our eyes. Scary stuff.

  • Hi Kait, excellent video. However I would also avoid coconut oil in addition to all the oils you mentioned. A clinic ran a leaky gut test. And coconut oil and MTC oil both cause leaky gut.

    The test goes as follow. They gave people a small amount of substance to drink. That substance which I cannot recall the name should be 100% eliminated via urine.

    If it isn’t then the person had a leaky gut.

    People eating animal fats did NOT have a leaky gut while people eating bad oils including coconut oil did have a leaky gut.

  • I’ve been using Avocado oil for the past few months, and I can honestly say I never want to go back to any other cooking oils (excluding peanut oil for deep frying)

  • Great info! Thanks Kait with the bait. I was looking at Goose fat for cooking earlier. If it’s not organic, would the fat be higher in Omega 6 if grain fed plus all the other nasties like hormones, anti biotics?

  • Hi doctor! I’ve mistakenly bought extra virgin Rapeseed oil instead of extra virgin olive oil yesterday. I feel very bad that I wasted money on it. I just wonder what your thoughts are on high quality British cold pressed extra virgin Rapeseed oil? I believe it’s not GMO version as in north american’s Canola as it is banned in the EU I think. But does this mean the rape grown in Britain has high level of toxic Erucic acid? As for omega 6: 3, it’s around 2:1 unlike those canola oil found in America. It has 10.2g of omega 3 and 20.1g of omega 6 per 100g (and 55.6g for omega 9, saturated fat of 6.96g) looking forward to hearing back from you! ☺️

  • Bacon grease, extra virgin olive oil, and avocado oil or grass fed butter usually. I admit to occasionally using peanut oil in certain stir-frys; it has an excellent flavor with bok-choy.

  • The most delicious olive oil I have ever had was in Croatia, but I don’t think they export it. We bought several bottles to take back to Germany but they didn’t last long!

  • Eww. I got a couple of Mazola oil advertisements before and during your video.

    SO glad to be eating my dinner with duck fat and butter. This video is simple and to the point. Thanks for making and sharing it!!

  • I was told to be careful to buy only cold pressed olive oil, but noticed you did not mention that.. is it not important after all?

  • The Randal cycle again the Randal cycle there is not a great deal of information on this which makes one suspicious. Polyunsaturated vegetable oils will compete with the glucose from carbohydrates for uptake in the cells this leads to a state of hyper glycaemia rendering the person eating a diabetic for a period of time even if they’re not a diabetic. Other than a few nuts and seeds there is virtually no food in mother nature that is a mixture of vegetable fat and carbs at the same time it is totally alien for our bodies to consume vegetable oil and carbohydrates at the same time in essence junk food, this combination is irresistible and highly addictive to humanity and with a almost 0 cost carbs and veg oil is so cheep to produce and it’s killing us

    https://youtu.be/TPS5yUcsH5g

  • Best discussion on this topic ever: Ivor Cummins and Tucker Goodrich, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KY8pq8GwLVo&list=PLcIamYAboF5uwQCDfWCdsKjKfg2FH0HjV

  • Hi Kait! I love your content! One thing though please get a better microphone! I’ve working in AV for years so maybe I’m overly sensitive, but your mic pickup sounds hollow and tinny. Please upgrade so you can influence more people with your wisdom. This is important work you’re doing!

  • I use olive oil and butter only. I suppose I could drop the olive oil. We’ve seen your biceps and know you could squeeze oil out of that corn kernal.

  • I enjoy your videos, but is difficult to believe that you apply any scientific rigour to these topics when you tout the consumption of essential oils for a variety of ailments. There is no good quality long term scientific evidence for most of the claims you make. Good quality, long-term evidence for coconut oil or avocado oil consumption does not exist. Putting misinformation out into the world is harmful. As a hospital pharmacist who works in cardiology, it is disappointing to see a lack of reference to outcomes that are meaningful, like mortality and cardiovascular health.

  • Thanks Dr. Berry for the info. and educating the masses. Just came from the “stupidmarket” and I’m amazed at the deceptive product labels I now find. A product called Follow Your Heart Original Vegenaise claims it’s better than mayo. Guess what the first ingredient is? Expeller pressed canola oil! You really have got to read the labels these days as not to fall into the food industry’s trap.

  • Hello health food no. 1 champion! I have been watching a lot of your videos which I find very informative. Thought you might be interested in a YouTube video by TEDx Talks called Unconventional but Effective Therapy for Alzheimer’s Treatment by Dr Mary T Newport which states Ketone esters and Coconut oil can treat Alzheimer’s. Her husband has Alzheimer’s. Keep up your excellent videos.

  • very informative video! i’ve been researching more about these oils and found out that there are only two ingredients listed on that Baguio pure vegetable oil100% pure coconut oil and vitamin A palmitate. I’m not sure what vitamin A palmitate is but it does say that it has 100% pure coconut oil. how is it different from the other coconut oil in the jar?

  • There is still the issue of a omega 3 to omega-6 ratios. I think omeega six oils are more of an issue with those who have metabolic syndrome. I will continue to play it safe with saturated fats when cooking. They are more stable.

  • I have heard that many olive oils are not always 100% olive oil they are mixed with some of the bad oils but can legally still advertise it as olive oil

  • Don’t expect such integrity from the vegan doctors, you know the ones who say meat is cancer on a plate and an egg is worse than cigarettes.

  • No matter what the expert said, “clarified butter from grass fed is the best cooking butter”. Extra virgin Olive oil is the best for salad or just to consume it

  • Hi Sten, thanks for your videos. What about using cold pressed extra virgin rapeseed oil, I have not seen it being mentioned.
    Can you also share some light on Omega 9? Appreciate it.

  • I think they are sometimes hard to avoid especially when you have buy already made salad dressings, or when eating out, but I prefer to use better choices when I make my food and dressings. Thanks for your explanation, very balanced.

  • I was told to be careful to buy only cold pressed olive oil, but noticed you did not mention that.. is it not important after all?

  • There’s a component of soy and sunflower seed called lecithin. PC for short. It’s a beautiful PUFA to incorporate into a low carb diet, especially for your liver��️

  • I think they are sometimes hard to avoid especially when you have buy already made salad dressings, or when eating out, but I prefer to use better choices when I make my food and dressings. Thanks for your explanation, very balanced.

  • Don’t expect such integrity from the vegan doctors, you know the ones who say meat is cancer on a plate and an egg is worse than cigarettes.

  • I agree with you Dr. Ekberg on everything you’ve said about the oils but, how about mentioning something about the toxicity of polymer food containers versus glass food containers? Take, for example, the wonderful organic olive oil packed in those polymer (plastic) containers, which may be free of pesticides, herbicides and maybe genetic modification, but full of synthetic estrogens from the polymer packaging. No food should come in contact with anything,plastic’! Glass and ceramic as much as possible, but definitely no plastics!