This sites supports The Palm Oil Truth Foundation

By now, most of my regular readers probably know that I can be very vocal sometimes when it comes to politics that affect me personally. Though I am not the most learned person, I am aware of the war between the soy beans and related goods producers against the rest of the world. I had read in depth how commercial interest supercedes our health sometimes. For a start, we know that we had been taken for a ride where trans fats is concerned.

According to Mr. (Dr) Eng Ji Bah in his book, coconut oil is the best oil in the world and yet, we had been fooled by the blatant advertisement of the goodness of soya bean oil to the extend that all our coconuts plantations were wiped out. Sad isn’t it? Our health comes second to these people who are out to make money.

So, the next target now is the palm oil. We hear all sorts of twisted facts about palm oil. As a Malaysian, I must say that I am proud that our country produces one of the best oil in the world. There is no such thing as genetic modified threats in them.

If you are interested to find out the truth about palm oil. please visit The Palm Oil Truth Foundation. Learn more about it. If you are a blogger with our country’s interest at heart, please share the site. Make it known that we have a voice and we know our choice. We are not easily fooled by blatant advertisements and heavily sponsored researches.

Read more about the truth here – Palm Oil, Is it unhealthy?

Remember bloggers, we have our part to play. Read and find out the facts and tell your readers about it. Thank you.

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

4 thoughts on “This sites supports The Palm Oil Truth Foundation

    pablopabla

    (March 27, 2007 - 2:53 pm)

    My food blog’s recipes uses palm oil almost exclusively.

    Muz Aziz

    (March 27, 2007 - 4:15 pm)

    All of us should rally around and do our bit to let our friends, family and colleagues know about the Palm Oil Truth Foundation site!

    They must definitely be aware like in “The Pot Calling the Kettle Black” article on the site that some of the NGOs are just trying to make money from us. We should also boycott all other oils and use what our country produces because it is as good if not better than the rest.

    Erina Law

    (March 27, 2007 - 5:26 pm)

    No wonder lar, ppl always say my complextion very nice (don’t vormit har) …….. because from small i sudah guna palm oil mah. Daddy work in a palm oil company. Hahaha….

    Bradley M

    (March 28, 2007 - 7:35 am)

    Whether it’s information or misinformation, thank you for providing alternate viewpoints on the debate. In much of the Western world we’ve had a lot of public health issues because of multiple interests lobbying our politicians, as well as people who should be experts believing the hype themselves while misleading the public. Did you know that soybeans are the second largest food crop in the USA after corn? The American diet contains hundreds of altered chemical forms of each of these, from industrially processing their oils, starches, and proteins. And the scam works, because an entire generation here was misled into believing that they’d die of heart disease from eating saturated fats like the oils from coconuts and palm (kernels) — none of this is even remotely true. The medical studies have shown that smoking is the strongest risk factor for heart disease, while saturated fat isn’t a risk by the numbers at all. But it’s easier to instill fear in the public than to remove it, and I’m sorry that your economy has been the victim.

    Some of us still believe in the value of whole foods in their most natural forms, but I’m afraid that we’re in a small minority right now, and it may be too late to correct our culture of counterproductive regulations, government subsidies, and fearmongering.

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