Is Oil Wholesome? Vegan vs Low Carb Standpoint


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Are oils wholesome? Smartly… it relies who you ask it sort of feels…

Thanks to @Plant Chompers for this knowledgeable research.

VIDEOS:

Your distinction can also be Your Superpower | Chris MacAskill | TEDxBeaconStreet

The $100 Billion Greenback Element making your Food Poisonous

Fats Fiction:

Nina Teicholz – ‘Vegetable Oils: The Unknown Tale’

The Risks Of Seed Oils, Are They Destroying Your Metabolism? | Dr. Paul Saladino

Dr. Chris Knobbe – ‘Sicknesses of Civilization: Are Seed Oil Excesses the Unifying Mechanism?’

Why Did We All Get Ill? The Dietary Transition & How Seed Oils Drove It – Tucker Goodrich AHS21

Professor Walter Willett

2014 Geschke Lecture Collection: Dr. Walter Willet

Gary Fraser, MBChB, PhD – New Effects from Adventist Well being Find out about 2

What is The Deal With Seed Oils? Hype vs. Science.

book SOURCES:

Dietary Epidemiology by way of Walter Willett

Books about The Seven Nations learn about:

Undo It!: How Easy Way of life Adjustments Can Opposite Maximum Persistent Sicknesses by way of Dean and Anne Ornish

The 30-Day Alzheimer’s Answer: The Definitive Food and Way of life Information to Combating Cognitive Decline by way of Dean and Ayesha Sherzai

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Intake of Overall olive oil and Possibility of Overall and Reason-Particular Mortality in US Adults (Harvard learn about)

Fats within the Vitamin and Mortality from Center Illness; a Methodologic Notice.

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Revisiting the diet-heart speculation: essential appraisal
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0:00 Intro
1:14 What food regimen communities consider
2:45 Carnivore food regimen and oils
6:14 The Minnesota Coronary Experiment
13:35 Low carb and oils: Fats Fiction film
16:59 Vitamin Coalition: Entrance crew?
20:15 Mediterranean food regimen and oils
29:05 Vegans and oils
34:46 Conclusion

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27 thoughts on “Is Oil Wholesome? Vegan vs Low Carb Standpoint”

  1. When I first went WFPB, I purposely chose a very boring, oil-free diet that consisted of a lot of plain raw and steamed veggies and limited fruits while nuts (once a week) and some complex grains (max one cup a day) were a treat. It was probably close to a Joel Fuhrman diet without knowing it. Flavored vinegars really scratched that "salty" itch I was missing, and weight loss was very easy because I was consistent. Then I decided to add in a bit of fats with oils, avocado, and nuts and immediately loss stopped and gains happened. Same for my GF. I did enjoy the tastes again, but I also felt weighed down after eating them. Now we stick to the oil-free hummus and raw veggies, even if we get odd looks when eating that for breakfast. It really is true that one diet does not fit all.

  2. Any thoughts on the Schwarzbein Principle?

    My sister claims it's not keto, but her description matches one type of ketogenic diet. Then again, my sister thinks that the keto diet is new! >cough< 1923 >cough< Dr. Russell Wilder >cough< The Mayo Clinic >cough<. She's convinced that it's different (she understands that keto diet is bad) and it's the only diet that's helped her and made her feel good (but she can never stick to it). Of course, she won't listen to me because she's been brainwashed and I'm her brother. As far as I can see, she lacks the knowledge to understand the truth, she doesn't really want to know because she's been triggered by various people she trusts, and she doesn't want to give up her lust of meat (especially).

  3. Very valuable presentation. I will straight away by the books you have shown. I am 66 years and doing 16000 steps daily walking and half hour indoor cycling some dumbbells etc. My HDL is 61. I use butter, ghee, cocoanut, sesame and olive oil on a regular basis.

  4. Sesame oil was heavily used in southern India and mustard oil was heavily used in northern and eastern India. Western India has always used peanut oil. So seed oils have been in India for ages

  5. Most randomised controlled trials are indeed quite short, no more than a few months, but the Minnesota study was conducted for years. And iirc, it's not the only longer term RCT that looked into the health risks of seed oil, so agree to disagree.

    I will agree though that olive oil is pretty good, due to the type of oil it contains, oleic acid, acting beneficially on the human epigenome.

    Also, what was the standard for assessing mortality risk in all the "animal fat is bad" studies? If the standard was based on reducing dietary cholesterol, then all the studies are flawed, because dietary cholesterol in the low carb context isn't bad at all. In fact, in most contexts, most cholesterol in the body is made by the body anyway, not obtained in food. Research now is pointing to dietary cholesterol being good or bad based on the other things you eat with it. Seed oils and sugar, in essence, "turn" cholesterol bad, it isn't bad on its own.

    Regarding the Finland study, I'm willing to bet that they also quit other unhealthy practices too, like smoking and drinking to excess, to improve their life expectancy. If you were to look up their smoking rates, they probably also went down along with animal fat consumption, and we know smoking and heavy drinking kills people, so two possible confounding variables right there. The smoking industry was contracting at the same time Animal fat was being blamed for some of the things smoking did to people, e.g. heart attacks and strokes.

    Regarding questionnaires, you say people can remember generally what they eat in a year, but I don't believe that at all. If people can't remember what foods they've had in the past week, how could they know what they've had in the past year? Specificity and accuracy in ascertaining what people eat is crucial to knowing what nutrients they're getting and in what combinations in order to accurately determine the ingredients people consume and rule out ingredients that act as confounding variables in meals. A person who says they eat low carb, but eats breaded meat, hamburgers, and condiments with various hidden sugars in them, isn't all that low carb at all. A survey trying to capture those discrepancies over the course of the past few weeks, let alone a year or more, will be useless in ascertaining exactly what a subject in a nutrition study is eating, at least compared to detailed daily food diaries. The use of questionnaires in nutrition research, and the inference of causation from correlation in epidemiological nutrition studies, is why nutrition science is so infamously unreliable.

  6. For me any oil that uses hexane or other chemicals during processing isn't something I want in my body.
    My wife and I dont have any dietary restrictions, but after eating healthy for so long now anytime we consume any vegetable oil or non organic flour we bloat like crazy and feel like utter crap!
    I also was a vegetarian for years and after finding out that my blood was congealing from undigested proteins (vegan protein powders use a lot of the same chemicals as in vegetable oil production) I started eating lean pasteur raised animal protein and am doing much better now.

  7. Eggs are bad and eggs are good another scientific food study ! What about MCT oil ? What about the increase in heart attacks when Crisco oil became the oil to cook with study ?

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