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Final Thoughts on Water FastingFasting can be a tool to help improve health and mindset, but should
never be used as punishment. Fasting isn’t the answer to fast weight loss or punishing yourself for overeating. Fasting should be a tool in your arsenal to help you feel better and improve your overall well-being. You’ve seen canola oil being used for cooking everywhere, but you’re not entirely sure what it is, how it’s made, or the nutritional value. Nutritionists, health advocates, and food industrialists have been debating about the health effects of canola oil since the 1970s! Some people remove canola oil from their diet and voice concerns over health effects, production methods, and the rest. So, is canola oil bad for you? Let’s find out!What is Canola Oil?Canola oil is found in lots of foods, from salad dressings to baked goods. Because it’s so affordable, restaurants often cook with canola oil. In the 1970s, in response to tighter restrictions on rapeseed oil, scientists in Canada used plant cross-breeding to create a crop called canola or Brassica napus
L. — an edible type of the rapeseed plant. Rapeseed oil at the time contained high amounts of erucic acid – an omega-9 fatty acid associated with heart muscle damage in animal studies, and glucosinolates — antinutrients that prevent iodine absorption. The plant they developed had lower levels of erucic acid and glucosinolates.