Tag: pufa

Seed Oils vs Saturated Fat – Picking a Side

Watching the battles between the defenders of saturated fat and those defending seed oils has been fun. Recently, Dr. Layne Norton posted a video saying that seed oils were fine and maybe even beneficial to health. Paul Saladino MD responded … [continue reading]

The Benefits of a Higher Body Temperature

In my previous post, I mentioned with a positive tone that I was able to increase my body temperature from 97.0 to 98.4 F. This post will explore if an increased body temperature is beneficial. I’ll start the post … [continue reading]

The Seed Oil Debate Revisited

Back in 2013, I put together a 3-part series on PUFA. I referenced several health influencers from different camps that all agreed that excess PUFA was bad for health.

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Hyperlipid For Dummies

For several years now I have been aware of Hyperlipid. It is a technical nutritional blog that is highly regarded, especially in the low-carb community. I’ve always felt there was something worth learning, but it was beyond my comprehension … [continue reading]

Escaping PUFA Hibernation

FireInABottle recently put out another outstanding post about the metabolic destruction that industrialized seed oil has inflicted upon the world.

Humans and Hibernating Mammals React to The Same Amount of Dietary Linoleic Acid in the Same Way. By Becoming Torpid.[continue reading]

Body Temperature and Vegetable Oil

I just read This is Your Body Temperature on Vegetable Oil. It is an interesting article that supports the information I learned from Matt Stone back in 2013 that PUFA (polyunsaturated fatty acids) consumption can reduce body temperature.

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