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Organic  Cooking Oil

Toxic Cooking Oils to Avoid 

🤢Avoid these toxic cooking oils!
They are the most unhealthy oils you could get.
Plus they are all packed in plastic bottles!
❌Highly processed, GMOs, too high in omega-6
cheap to make and highly toxic, extracted with the neuro-toxins hexane.
I avoid all these inflammatory oils:
👉Canola oil, corn oil, soybeans oil, vegetable oil blends, peanut oil, sunflowers, and safflower oil!
I strictly avoid restaurants that use these oils! If you don’t know which oil they are using, ask your restaurant!
We all deserve healthier options!


✅The best alternative is:
USDA Certified Organic, unrefined, expeller-pressed:
Certified Organic Extra Virgin olive oil
🥥Certified Organic Virgin Coconut oil
🥑Cold pressed avocado oil
🧈Grass fed butter and ghee

Organic Olive Oil Sachets On the Go 
Canola oil, extra virgin olive oil, 100% organic, italian, USDA

Canola oil is everywhere and almost in every restaurant. 🍃That's why I bring with me these little handy olive oil packs, and I generally ask the chef to use only this USDA Certified Organic cold-pressed oil for my dishes. Easy to carry along with you. 🍽They allow me to have dinner out, but without loading my body with unhealthy and inflammatory canola oil or other cheap oils that restaurants seem to carry. Why? They can be used with higher heat and are cheaper for the restaurant to buy, but they are highly processed. ​​​
​​🔬According to Food Babe “Canola oil is extracted from rapeseed plants, that have been bred to have lower levels of toxic erucic acid... In 1995 they also began genetically engineering (GMO) rapeseed to be resistant to herbicides, and now almost all canola crops in North America are GMO...Canola oil consumption has been linked to vitamin E deficiency and a shortened life span in animal studies.” ​​​
​​🔬According to the Weston A. Price Foundation:
“Like all modern vegetable oils, canola oil goes through the process of caustic refining, bleaching, and degumming–all of which involve high temperatures or chemicals of questionable safety." ​​​
​​🔬According to Food Babe: Most cooking oils go through an insane amount of processing with chemical solvents...the “solvent” that is most often used to extract the oil is the neurotoxin hexane ...Hexane is a cheap byproduct from gasoline production, that’s a serious occupational hazard and toxic air pollutant. It’s been shown that some hexane residue can remain in the oil, and the FDA doesn’t require food manufacturers to test for residues. ​​​
​​Convinced? My suggestion is to eat at home as much as you can and bring these organic olive oil packs with you! 

TreeBoard Organic Cutting Board
organic cutting boards, eco-friendly, non-toxic, mineral oil free, sustainable, food grade, made in the USA, organic wood cutting board, organic bamboo cutting board, glue-free

🌿This is my number one recommended cutting board!

🙋‍♀️As promised, here is the guide on how to pick the safest cutting board:
👉Rule out the toxic one:
1. ❌Plastic: plastic particles, BPA, phthalates contaminant
2. ❌Any cutting board with mineral oil: a petroleum-derived
3. ❌Any cutting board that contains glue. Since many contain toxic ingredients
4. ❌Epicurean: made with recycled material glued together. Including wood, paper, resins and plastic. Plus bacteria issue.
❌Controversial one:
1. Bamboo: not the best option even when it is organic, since it contains glue. Then we need to check if the glue is formaldehyde-free. I prefer to avoid any glue in a cutting board!
💚Pick the best:
The safest cutting board you could get is:
✅1. one piece of wood, means it doesn’t need glue.
✅2. Better if it is made with sustainably sourced wood
✅3. Organic finish oil such as organic flaxseed oil, raw linseed oil, or organic carnauba wax.
✅4. Made in the USA
And you know what? 🎉This is the only brand that has it all!
👉Beautifully hand-made in Maryland from sustainable certified sourced lumber in a solid piece of wood, following the tradition by Will the founder.
👉Then finished with an organic mixture of plant-based carnauba wax and organic raw linseed oil
You can’t get a more natural and beautiful cutting board than these.
🌿Especially the maple cutting board: widely considered to be the best North American wood for cutting boards, since the grain is hard and fine, resisting gouges and the absorption of liquids or food scraps.
🎉Now that your research for the safest cutting board on the market brought you here, you have also found a promo code that is available until the end of the month.

MATERIAL: Natural maple or ash and white oak cutting blocks, organic flaxseed oil, and organic carnauba wax.

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