Canola Oil: Good or Bad?

Canola Oil: Good or Bad?

Female Chef Holding a Bottle of Vegetable Oil

One study analyzed canola and soybean oils found on store shelves in the U.S. They found that 0.56% to 4.2% of the fatty acids in them were toxic trans fats (3).

This is not listed on the label, unfortunately.

Artificial trans fats are incredibly harmful and associated with many serious diseases, especially heart disease… the biggest killer in the world (4, 5).

When in doubt, keep this golden rule in mind: “Nature doesn’t make bad fats, factories do!” – Dr. Cate Shanahan

If you want to learn more about which cooking oils to eat and which to avoid, then read this article here: Healthy Cooking Oils – The Ultimate Guide.