The recent Presidential Advisory on Dietary Fats and Cardiovascular Disease (http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/early/2017/06/15/CIR.0000000000000510) is fraught with conflicts from the food industry. The recommendations in it are dangerous and contradict known biochemistry. The promotion of soy, corn and canola oil is directly against my recommendations for health.
(See articles The Truth about Rancid Oils, Why you can't fool Mother Nature, and Chronic Disease and how we got here.
These recommendations are sure to propagate the explosion of diabetes and cancer we are seeing today as well as diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson Disease. Vegetable oils are much too unstable to with stand processing, period. There is no biochemical argument that can be made otherwise. It is interesting to see that one of the authors receives substantial funding from the canola industry, a clear conflict of interest.
With all the evidence out there, it is very disheartening to see recommendations such as these come out. Be wise, follow the science and protect yourself and your family. If there are any questions, I would be happy to answer them personally. Browse the other articles on this site, the science is there.
Dr. Jeff Matheson, MDCM
Dr. Jeff Matheson obtained an HBSc (Biochem) degree from University of Western Ontario, followed by a his MDCM Degree (Doctor of Medicine, Master of Surgery) from McGill University in 1991. He was a full-time Emergency Room physician for 15 years, Medical Director of Med-Emerg Inc from 1998-2013, Founder of CPM Medical Clinics (pain management) which became the largest provider of pain management in Canada 2005 to present, setting standards to which all clinics must be certified by the College of Physicians and Surgeons Ontario. He has trained over 70 physicians in the practice of pain management, established the Headache, Migraine and Pain Treatment Centre in Ajax Oct 2013- a new, non-narcotic approach to pain management using neuroplasticity principles. Jeff is one of the founders of Pure Life Science Corp.