What Are The Benefits Of Eliminating Gluten, Sugar, And Vegetable Oil From Your Diet?
Discover How The Foods You Eat Every Day Are Making Your Fat Cells SICK …
Making it IMPOSSIBLE to lose weight, while also damaging your joints, disrupting your hormones, rapidly aging your skin, and even leading to Diabetes.
What Is Gluten?
Gluten in its natural form is a group of proteins found in grains, including wheat, barley, rye, and spelt, also known as dinkel wheat (a species of wheat that has been cultivated since approximately 5000 BC).
The two main proteins in gluten are glutenin (a type of glutelin) and gliadin.
Glutenins occur as multimeric aggregates of high-molecular-mass and low-molecular-mass subunits held together by disulfide bonds.
Gliadin is responsible for most of the adverse health effects of gluten
Gliadins are monomeric proteins, which can be separated into four groups: alpha-, beta-, gamma- and omega-gliadins.
What Is Sugar?
the simple answer:
“sugar is sucrose”, with a chemical structure that is quite simple, as far as molecules are concerned. Sugar contains just two molecules, bound together by mother nature: one molecule of glucose is bound to one molecule of fructose.
After close examination by researchers, it has been found that a diet high in sugar, especially refined sugar, is damaging to human health. It is well known that excessive consumption of sugar can be linked to the onset of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dementia, and tooth decay.
What Is Vegetable Oil?
All oils are fats, like animal fats, vegetable fats are mixtures of triglycerides.
Oils can be extracted from seeds and other parts of fruits. Soybean oil, grapeseed oil, and sunflower oil are examples of fats extracted from seeds. Olive oil, palm oil, and avocado oil are examples of fats from other parts of fruits.
Commonly, vegetable oil may refer exclusively to vegetable fats which are liquid at room temperature. All vegetable oils are usually edible. Non-edible oils derived mainly from petroleum are termed mineral oils.
The most popular oils easily found at your local supermarket are processed soybean, sunflower, safflower, canola, cottonseed, coconut, corn, olive, palm, palm kernel, peanut, or a combination of several oils mixed together.
Many vegetable oils are used to make cosmetic and personal care products like soaps and skin products. Perfumes and other consumer products may also use vegetable oil during manufacturing. Vegetable oils have been used for fuel, cooking, medicine, and lubrication for many, many years.
Is Vegetable Oil Gluten-Free?
Yes, cooking oils are naturally gluten-free. Examples of gluten-free oils include canola oil, sunflower oil, olive oil, and coconut oil. The common sources of cooking oil do not contain gluten.
Gluten doesn’t naturally exist in soy, corn, canola, peanut, dairy, meat, vegetables, etc.
Cross-contamination could raise some concern, but the process of producing cooking oil is vastly different from the process of producing flour. There should be very little chance for cross-contamination.
Always check the label for a gluten-free claim. Whether name-brand or cheaper store-brand cooking oil it will likely be labeled as gluten-free.
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