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Man-Made Vegetable Oil Causes Acne

You cannot afford to jeopardize your skins health by consuming unnatural oils and fats, such as man-made hydrogenated fats (trans-fats) and polyunsaturated fats and oils from vegetables oils (except extra virgin olive oil). These fats and oils are damaging to your entire body because they affect the structure of every single cell.

Your skin is constantly producing sebum – this is a good thing! The sebum produced on your skin should make it supple, protect from infection, and give it that healthy glow. The oils you consume become a part of the sebum that is excreted by your skin. If the oils you consume are unhealthy, your skin will suffer greatly. This is so important to your skins health, you cannot take it granted for one second!

The hydrogenation process used by the oils and fats industry produces trans-fats, which are more damaging than any other oils and fats because it employs: 1) high heat, 2) a metal catalyst such as nickel, zinc, copper, or other reactive metals, and 3) hydrogen gas.

This is a volatile combination designed to extract and process oils, but it results in an extremely toxic product that the body reacts to it like it does to other toxins and poisons.

You need to eliminate all fats and oils derived from plants such as canola (from rape seed), soy, safflower, sunflower, soybean, and corn.  This includes products that contain these fats, such as margarine, salad dressing, mayonnaise, cooking and baking oils and fats, and a myriad of foods that contain these fats and oils.

Other products that contain these plastic oils and fats are: breads, pastries, cake, cookies, muffins, buns, French fries, potato chips, snack foods, soups, canned meats, processed meats, cream substitutes and flavorings, ice cream, nuts, and so on and so on.

Plants from which vegetable fats and oils are produced have evolved a variety of toxins designed by nature to protect them from “predators” such as grazing animals, and their seeds contain a variety of toxins. The seed oils themselves block digestive enzymes that break down protein in the stomach. This is very bad for acne because if these toxins cannot be rid of through the bowels, your body will use your skin to get rid of them.

In The Skinny on Fats, Sally Fallon notes:

One reason the polyunsaturates [fats and oils] cause so many health problems is that they tend to become oxidized or rancid when subjected to heat, oxygen and moisture as in cooking and processing.

Most of the body’s cells need to be constructed with 50% saturated fats, except the lungs, which require 100% saturated fat. Written in Saturated Fats and the Lungs Mary G. Enig, PhD points out

When people consume a lot of partially hydrogenated fats and oils, the trans fatty acids are put into the phospholipids [fats] where the body normally wants to have saturated fatty acids and the lungs may not work effectively.”

This same concept goes for your skin. Skin that consists of 50% saturated fats, and void of fats from unhealthy vegetable oils is skin that is supple, glowing, and even. Any deviation from this would result in skin that is either dry, full of acne, inflamed, or all of the above!

When our body’s cells are constructed as nature intended, they do not allow harmful toxins to enter and they are better able to utilize nutrients and oxygen, and to get rid of waste. Oxygen is important for healthy skin. For this reason all unnatural fats and oils should not be consumed by anyone!

About the Author: George is a former acne sufferer who has cured his acne through dietary means. He is the author of, in the Focus: Your Ultimate Guide to Clear Skin. He, along with it’s strong growing community have helped several people cure their acne through diet.

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Comments

i’ve been suffering from acne for the past 7 years…
and my face is getting worse day by day.
so what cooking oil can i use?

Saras – i’m sorry to hear that. Try Unrefined Extra Virgin Coconut Oil or Lard. Those are two very healthy oils that have a high smoking point, which means it’s good for cooking.

use cold presses extra vergin coconut oil, it is the only oil that does not become carcinogenic when heated, (to high temperatures in frying for example)

I would just like to say that this is a great article. Thank you.

I’m glad it was of help!

I can’t understand well this. Does this means omegas are not actually good for health? What about all those oils that used to be considered healthy? You talked about toxins that these plants produce, it’s supposed to mean that almost everything we eat could have a potential risk to our health? And I’m not talking about processed foods or hydrogenated oils, I’m talking about raw foods, fruits, vegetables. I used to believe polyunsaturated fats were the good ones and monounsaturated fats were the not so good, so I’m confused. What if I don’t cook these oils if I just use them in a salad for example? What about organic oils?
What are your suggestions to healthy oils? And there’s a large variety of oils, you can see some here: http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/bulkoil/bulkoil.html

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