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|One problem with canola oil is that it has to be partially hydrogenated or refined before it is used commercially and consequently is a source of trans fatty acids; sometimes are very high levels.
Another problem is that it is too unsaturated to be used exclusively in the diet; some of the undesirable effects caused by feeding canola can be rectified if the diet is made higher in saturated fatty acids.
Originally Posted by Throkmorton
There is no guarantee that it does not contain any GM Canola genes, but at least it wouldn't be sprayed with roundup.
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