WHAT IS THE BAD ABOUT VEGETABLES OILS
Hydrogenation is a technique used to keep vegetable oil from going rancid. After this process, the oil is supermarket shelf safe and profitable. The double price you paid is your health. Now they are a poison. The problem here is that hydrogenated fat is quite equal to trans fat. Partially or fully hydrogenated fats are detrimental to our health, this is why is so common to see an increase in cancer, heart disease, liver issues and many other chronic diseases.
The most important take here without going too technical is that when trans fats replace saturated fats, important nutrients may not be able to enter the cells, and toxins can not exit.
Most common vegetables oils that should avoid are: canola, corn, soybean, sunflower, cottonseed, peanut, and safflower.
Keep in mind that organic, cold pressed, unrefined sunflower oil that have never being heat have amazing benefits.
Bottom line: Vegetable oils are healthy when they are fresh, but they go rancid quickly. Is impossible sale them in stores. They have to be partially hydrogenated. Now they are dangerous.