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Can Vegetable Oil Cause Hormonal Imbalance And Infertility?

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James Dudley

Curejoy Expert James Dudley Explains:

Vegetables are good for correcting hormonal imbalance and infertility issues when they are eaten raw or half boiled. But, vegetable oil is known for containing a high concentration of carbohydrates and high omega-6 –fats. The exposure of these oil packets to light and heat creates mutation in the body and can bring severe imbalance in reproductive hormones and causes infertility, and may also spur problems like endometriosis and PCOD as opined by one 2007 study.

Imbalance in reproductive method

The vegetable oil causes infertility and hormonal imbalance which starts in women from a very young age. Women are experiencing problems such as missed periods, low sex drive, cysts in the breasts and ovaries, infertility, and breast cancer. On the other hand, few evidences have also shown proof, that men consuming more vegetable oil can face the problems of low sex drive and low sperm count. According to a study, 1 among 5 couples are presently suffering from infertility where women and men are equally affected.

Toxic chemicals

Vegetable oil hinders fertility as they are filled with toxic elements and thus directly affect the DNA. This not only creates the problems of hormonal imbalance or infertility to the parents but also causes severe genetically disorder among the newly born kids.

Miscarriage

Vegetable oil also causes another deep infertility issue of abortion and child death in the womb. Especially, pregnant women during their first three months pregnancy should strictly avoid the consumption of dangerous chemicals and polyunsaturated fats. Consumption can affect the growth of the baby and cause hormonal imbalance in baby’s legs, feat, brain, mood and fertility as well as stated by the Scientists from the Harvard University School of Public Health.

Trans-fats

Vegetable oil causes infertility or hormonal imbalance as it is consists of rich unsaturated trans-fats. These trans-fats are not natural and are created artificially for the sake of preservation, storage and oil quality. These Fats contain long hydrocarbon chains, which can either have double bonds, or have no double bonds. Vegetable oil is highly hydrogenated by lowering total and LDL and triglyceride levels to create these double bound fats, which are rich in dangerous physical elements as stated by a study by the US Department of Agriculture. They melt at a regular boiling temperature of 30-40 degree C and thus create an extreme level of infertility and heart problems as well.

Conclusion

Thus, it is better to have an eye over your daily diet especially while giving birth. Those who are eager to conceive should first take the advice of doctors and it gain knowledge about what to be consumed and what not to be. It is advised not to consume them as a prevention as opined by the research in 2013 by the United States FDA. Some countries have also banned these vegetable oils because of their and few are following a certain limit for their inclusion in the packet.

In US the New York board of health is strongly advocating the limit for consuming vegetable oil especially after 2006 by implementing new ingredient labeling mandatory rule. The American medical association is also supporting the ban for vegetable oil but facing lots of criticisms as this prediction doesn’t have enough scientific evidences. Thus the center and states of US are following different regulations regarding these vegetable oil packages. However, when the use of vegetable oil becomes inevitable, it is better to read the contents present in the packet and choose wisely.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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