Canola oil is a common household cooking oil, but should we be using it on a regular basis? And it's not just Canola Oil that should be avoided. Most cooking oils go through an insane amount of processing with chemical solvents, steamers, neutralizers, de-waxers, bleach and deodorizers before they end up in the bottle. If you watch this video on the modern canola oil making process, you’ll see exactly what I mean. Here is my all-time favorite salad dressing. I make this and keep this on hand. Bye-bye store bought salad dressings. Give it a try and let me know your thoughts! Enjoy! GET RECIPE HERE
But why is inflammation bad for us, anyway? And what does food have to do with it? Inflammation is a part of your body's normal response to infection or injury. It's when your damaged tissue releases chemicals that tell white blood cells to start repairing. But sometimes, inflammation is low-grade, spread throughout the body, and chronic. This chronic inflammation can do damage to your body. It can play a role in the buildup of plaque in your arteries that can up your risk of heart disease and stroke. It's also associated with a higher risk of cancer, diabetes...
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