DID YOU KNOW? Nature Doesn't Make Bad Fats - Factories Do
When it comes to fats, confusion still reigns. But that doesn’t need to be the case. Healthy fats like lard and beef tallow are derived from an animal source; oils and shortenings are derived from a vegetable source — soybean, rapeseed (canola), palm, coconut and so on. While vegetable oils can be traced back to nature, turning these sources into food is a manufacturing process. And the results don’t always promote health.