there is confusing about whether corn oil is good for you or bad for you. i am sitting here with a tortilla chip bag that has three ingredients: corn, lime, and corn-oil. i am also sitting here with web pages about corn oil pulled up on my laptop. in the nutrition facts on the bag it says that there is 1gram of trans fat, and nothing about poly or mono-unsaturated fats, but a lot of websites are telling me that there is no transfat in corn-oil but lots of poly and mono-unsaturated fats. i’m thinking that the trans fat is from the corn and not the corn-oil, and that maybe the corn-oils amount of poly and mono isnt much so they didnt bother putting it on the label, but i’m not sure at all. i’m confused. if anyone knows, send me an ask! ?
it’s not too great you guys. has been linked to certain cancers including breast and prostate. :( avoid it to the best of your abilities, and when you can’t—eat it in moderation. it’s in many things, so all together now READ.YOUR.LABELS.
In beef vs. venison; BOTH are healthy for you. In moderation, of course. There is a controversy going on in the food world about which one is better for you. But, really, they both have major benefits.
Now, with that being said, what you want to do is keep your eye out for free-range, and grass-fed beef and/or venison. Because, otherwise you risk eating meat that spent it’s life eating corn and other fatty foods that it shouldn’t be eating. Think of it this way; these animals are built to digest grass. not corn or other crap. so, let’s not support fucking with their systems as well as not fuck with our own systems at the same time.
Side-note: If you live in the midwest, ask some family members and friends and co-workers and neighbors and anyone walking down the street really if they hunt deer, there is a 92% chance that you probably know someone with a freezer overflowing with too much of the most organic venison you can get your hands on.