Could canola oil worsen memory and trigger onset of Alzheimer's disease? Experts weigh in

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Could canola oil worsen memory and trigger onset of Alzheimer's disease? Experts weigh in

“Based on the evidence from this study, canola oil should not be thought of as being equivalent to oils with proven health benefits,” added Doctor

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“Based on the evidence from this study, canola oil should not be thought of as being equivalent to oils with proven health benefits,” added Doctor Praticó.

The US Canola Association, however, has raised doubts over the study’s findings, suggesting they are not directly relevant to humans.

Peter J Jones, Canada research chair in functional foods and nutrition, said: “This mouse model is a huge stretch from what you see in humans.”

This thought was echoed by Kevin Folta, chair of the Horticultural Science Department at the University of Florida, who noted: “The paper does not show in any way that there is a causal link to disease in humans. Not even close.”



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