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Gout and Soybean Oil
Soybean oil has become the most widely used, edible oil worldwide rising dramatically in recent decades. But, is it healthy for you? Is it coincidental that a dramatic rise in the metabolic disorders plaguing our healthcare system share the same timeline? A recent study has indicated soybean oil can alter genetics in the brain and may be contributing to metabolic conditions such as diabetes, obesity, and insulin resistance as a result.
It is very challenging to squeeze oil of soybean seeds. For this reason, production uses heat, bleaching, chemical solvents and deodorizers for extraction. Another "refined" oil that uses a similar process and is equally as dangerous is Canola Oil. On top of the dangerous processing techniques, soybean oil is extremely prone to oxidation. It's high levels of omega-6 fatty acids cause this oil to mutate when exposed to high-heat cooking methods. Studies on rats yield the development of high blood pressure and vascular inflammation when exposed to prolonged intake of re-heated soybean oil.
How many restaurants use the same cooking oil over and over?
Animal studies have shown an increase in cancer, obesity and inflammation-related genes, as well as fatty liver disease. Could it be contributing in the same way to human metabolic diseases?
The industrial process of hydrogenation is used to increase stability and shelf life, improve oil flavor, and increase the oil's melting point. However, this process also decreases the oil's nutritional value (reducing the omega-3's) and alters it's chemical composition all together. Altering trans fats via hydrogenation can pose serious health risks including:
Immune system impairment
Man-made fats that are created through the partial hydrogenation process are detrimental to the health of our cells. Oils made through this process physically alter the fatty composition of our cells and interfere with crucial enzymes needed to fight disease.
A study recently published in the journal of Endocrinology compared mice that were fed three different types of diets high in fat: soybean oil, soybean oil modified to be low in linoleic acid, and coconut oil. Both the modified and modified soybean oils showed significant effects on the hypothalamus, a portion of the brain responsible for a number of functions.
"The hypothalamus regulates body weight via your metabolism, maintains body temperature, is critical for reproduction and physical growth as well as your response to stress," said Margarita Curras-Collazo, a UCR associate professor of neuroscience and lead author on the study.
The research team discovered roughly 100 other genes also affected by the soybean oil diet.
What does this have to do with Gout, Arthritis and Inflammation in general?
As noted above, soybean oil, and other hydrogenated oils have been indicated as posing high level risks including inflammation and immune system impairment. When you consider that the majority of uric acid, some 70%, is produced on a cellular level, it is crucial we take a deeper look at any and all components involved in the destruction of our cells. Soybean oil is no exception.
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