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Gold’n Canola Oil is a wonderful cooking oil. This oil is made from premium Australia canola seeds. This is a product of Australia.

Proclaiming to be a natural source of Omega 3, this oil is lower in saturated fat than olive oil and is cholesterol free. Further, the canola oil has been endorsed by the National Heart Foundation and contains the National Heart Foundation tick. This oil has not been genetically modified.

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Because the companies concerned pay the Heart Foundation for their tick or didn't you know that? If a company has enough money the Heart Foundation Tick is theirs. Simple as that. Check online if you don't believe me. This subject is often on current affairs shows.
If the canola oil is so harmful how did it get the National Heart Foundation tick?
Beware Canola Oil
Canola (Rape) is a semi-drying oil used as:
1. a lubricant
2. fuel
3. soap
4. synthetic rubber base
5. illuminant for all those slick colour pages you see in magazines
Rape oil was the source of the infamous chemical warfare agent, mustard gas that caused blistering of the lungs and skin during WW1!
It's NOT a cooking oil, but rather an industrial oil and not meant to be ingested by us or our pets.
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