Avoid Sardines with Soybean Oil

author avatar Dr. Eric Berg 08/31/2023

This toxic oil could be hiding in your sardines!


0:00 Introduction

0:26 Why you should avoid sardine with soybean oil

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In this video, we’re going to talk about why you should avoid sardines with soybean oil.

I recently bought some sardines that I thought were in olive oil. However, it turns out that it was actually in soybean oil (I’ll be careful to check next time!).

Always check the package to make sure that your sardines are in olive oil or water. Soybean oil is full of omega-6 fatty acids. This can nullify the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids naturally found in sardines.

Soybean oil is the most used oil in America today. It’s also the second most used oil in the world.

Soybean oil is used in everything from fast food to animal feed to canned foods.

Research shows that soy oil can induce obesity and diabetes more than fructose. Soybean oil can also contribute to insulin resistance and fatty liver disease.

Soybean oil affects the hypothalamus, reduces oxytocin, and influences over 100 genes in the brain.

Because soybean oil is so heavily processed, it acts as a powerful oxidizer, it is estrogenic, and it can induce inflammation—especially in your arteries.

If all of that isn’t bad enough, soybeans are also GMOs. This means they are exposed to the chemical glyphosate.

In summary, make sure that your sardines do not contain soybean oil. Instead, choose sardines with water or olive oil.



Glyphosate: https://youtu.be/TYTsQbahME0

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