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The History And DANGERS Of Seed Oils

In "The History and DANGERS of Seed Oils" by Paul Saladino MD, the author takes the viewers on a thought-provoking journey through the origins and hazards of seed oils. He reveals that seed oils were initially used as machine lubricants before being popularized for human consumption in the early 1900s. Saladino highlights the correlation between the introduction of seed oils and the steady rise of chronic illness, challenging the mainstream misconception about LDL cholesterol. As the timeline unfolds, Saladino discusses the significant transition in the past century, where the consumption of seed oils replaced natural fats like beef fat. He presents compelling evidence that links the widespread use of seed oils to increasing rates of obesity, cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. The author also sheds light on the turning point in the mid-1950s when the medical establishment began to vilify cholesterol and animal fats, leading to the further popularization of seed oils. Saladino's meticulous research and captivating storytelling make this exposé a must-view for anyone interested in understanding the history and potential dangers of seed oils.

The History And DANGERS Of Seed Oils
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