Canola Oil In Pet Foods

Canola Oil In Pet Foods

Canola Oil In Pet Foods

As you faithful readers know, I don’t feed my own pets processed pet foods nor do I ever recommend it be fed to anyone’s pets. I
recently saw a couple of pet food companies bragging about thier food
containing “Healthy” Canola oil in thier foods. WHAT? I thought!   How
is Canola Oil healthy? How is it even species appropriate for our
carnivorous pets?

is actually a made up/coined word friends. It appeared out of nowhere
and is not listed in any but the most recent reference sources.It is a
name given to “rape” seed! Well, come on, you have to admit that canola
sounds far better than rape, right?. The name canola disguised the
introduction of rape oil to America.

Yes, Canola oil comes from the rape seed, which is part of the mustard family of plants. Rape is the most toxic
of all food-oil plants. Like soy, rape is a weed. Insects will not eat
it and it is deadly poisonous! The oil from the rape seed is a hundred
times more toxic than soy oil!

Canola (Rape) is a semi-drying oil that is used as lubricant, fuel,
soap and synthetic rubber base, and as an illuminant for the slick
color pages you see in magazines. It is an industrial oil and does not
belong in any body, ours or our pets!

Rape oil was the source of the infamous chemical-warfare agent ,
mustard gas, which was banned after blistering the lungs and skin of
hundreds of thousands of solders and civilians during WW1. Recent
French reports indicate that it was again used during the gulf.

Between 1950 and 1953, white mustard(rape) seed was irradiated in
Sweden to increase seed production and oil content. Irradiation is the
process the experts want use to make our food “safe” to eat.
Genetically engineered fruits and vegetables – which will soon have
innocent things like hepatitis-B spliced into their DNA – are another
example of man”s misuses of technology and abuse of public trust by
powerful interests and “head-in-the-sand” watchdog agencies.

Canola oil has some very interesting characteristics and effects on
living systems. For example, it forms a latex-like substances that
agglutinate the red blood corpuscles, as does soy, but much more
pronounced. Loss of vision is a known, characteristic side effect of
rape oil which antagonizes the central and peripheral nervous systems;
again, like soy oil, again, worse. The deterioration takes years,
however. Rape (canola) oil causes emphysema respiratory distress,
anemia, constipation, irritability and blindness in animals and humans
alike. Rape oil was widely used in animal feeds in England and Europe
between 1986 and 1991 when it was eventually thrown out. You may
remember reading about the cows, pigs and sheep that went blind, lost
their minds, attacked people and had to be shot.

Funny, the industry loves to talk about canola”s “qualities” that
make it “healthy”. They say “it has an unsaturated structure(Omega 3,
6, 12), its wonderful digestibility and its fatty acid makeup”. They
have been trying to turn us against naturally saturated oils and fats,
while they come to the rescue with canola oil. They even tell us how
Asia has warmly embraced canola due to its distinctive flavor. Isn’t it
wonderful how internationalists brokers “help” third-world peoples?
Reminds me of the introduction of the microwave oven (don’t even get me
started on that one!).

Rape’s new name provided the perfect cover for commercial interests
wanting to make billions in the United States. The euphemism is still
very much in use, but is no longer needed.

God forbid you are still feeding kibble in the first place. However,
if you are, check the ingredients, do a google or yahoo search on
canola oil in pet food and canola oil toxic…

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