Dr Cate Shanahan- “The hateful eight oils are used as engine lubricants and pesticides… and we’re eating these every single day”
Dr Cate Shanahan is an expert in fixing the underlying problems that cause metabolic damage and inflammation, leading to autoimmunity, weight gain, diabetes, cancer and accelerated ageing processes. She is on a mission to educate people on the danger of seed oils, an ingredient that is so prominent in our diet. After discovering Dr Cate and her research a few years ago I cut out seed oils from my diet and saw a dramatic improvement to my health. Losing weight was so much easier, my biological age decreased, my mood increased and my addictive eating went.
Trust me, this conversation will change your life.
Different types of fat.
How is food making us more sick?
The hateful eight- Canola (rapeseed), corn, cottonseed, soy, sunflower, safflower, grapeseed, ricebran.
The process of making seed oils
The toxicity of seed oils.
Where does the misinformation come from about seed oils?
Why are seed oils in so many foods?
The use of seed oils in pesticides and manufacturing.
The damaging effects seed oils have on our body.
The connection to seed oils and sun damage/ skin cancer and heart disease.
What oils SHOULD we eat?
The four pillars of the human diet.
How to train your palette to like more foods.
The importance of body fat.
The misinformation from sports nutrition.
Cate’s experience working with the LA Lakers on their nutrition.
How do these inflammatory oils affect menopause?
How Dr Cate grew in height after changing her diet.
The most common products the hateful eight feature in.
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