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The World’s Diet Is Dangerously High In Bad Fats

For the past six weeks, we have been sharing the reasons why the ‘World’s Diet’ is such a dangerous diet.

In this Health Tip we are going to examine another substance that contains no fiber and has potentially serious health damaging consequences, yet is consumed by almost every man, woman and child each and every day of their lives if they consume the World’s SAD Diet.

Did You Know?

Fats, in one form or another, are found in almost everything we eat.

Fats are in almost every fruit and vegetable grown in the garden, in high amounts in avocados, seeds and nuts, and exceedingly high in most sea and land animals?

Before doing some research, I would never have dreamed that the half a banana I put in my green smoothie each morning contains a quarter gram of fat. In fact, every 8 oz glass of carrot juice I drink has nearly a gram of fat. And just a quarter of an avocado I put in my blended salad each evening contains approximately 7 grams of fat.

As we begin this journey into understanding fats, we need to be aware of how different types of fat can affect our health.

For instance, there are the bad fats that have the potential of doing great harm to our body; these should be avoided. But there are good fats that are essential for keeping us alive and for the proper nourishment and functioning of the body.

Bad Fats Can Kill

Bad fats are the primary cause of approximately half of all deaths in America.

Remove these bad fats from the diet and you could almost eliminate any fear of ever having a heart attack or stroke, or the need for medications to control high blood pressure, or the need for stents or by-passes. These bad fats clog up the arteries and cut off blood flow.

Bad fats are found in all animal flesh and dairy foods. Just 3.5 ounces of extra lean hamburger contains 16 grams of bad fat; 3.5 ounces of dark chicken meat contains 15.8 grams of bad fat; or that a 3.5 ounce serving of pork roast contains 21.5 grams of bad fat.

Pasteurized cow milk derives 50% of its calories from bad fat.

Dr. William C. Roberts, editor of the “American Journal of Cardiology” writes:

Human beings are not natural carnivores. When we kill animals to eat them, they end up killing us because their flesh, which contains cholesterol and saturated fat, was never intended for human beings, who are natural herbivores.”

Animal source fats are good fats when consumed in their raw state by carnivorous animals, or their raw milk by the offspring of animals.

But when these same flesh and dairy fats are cooked and pasteurized and consumed by herbivores (we humans) they become bad fats that clog up our arteries and do great harm to the body.

By the way, when these animal fats are cooked and consumed by carnivorous animals, they become bad fats for the animals that consume them, even to the extent of causing their death.

Any fat in flesh or dairy becomes a dangerous bad fat when exposed to air, light, and heat.

Good Fats Can Heal

The body needs good fats and without them life on earth cannot be sustained.

Good fats are found in plant source foods, the very foods God so clearly told us in the Bible we should nourish our bodies with in Genesis 1:29. But they must be consumed in their raw, unprocessed form.

It is also possible to utilize some fish oils when properly processed.

However, while fats as found in living plants and some fish are good fats, when these fats are processed with heat, or exposed to the air and light, they become bad fats.

Why Good Fats Are Essential

  • The body can’t make them.
  • They are required for normal cell, tissue, gland and organ function.
  • Deficiency results in progressive deterioration.
  • Their absence from the body will eventually cause death.
  • Adding essential fatty acids to a deficient diet reverses the symptoms of deficiency and restores health.

Following are just a few reasons why the body needs good fats:

  • Energy production
  • Proper brain function
  • Weight management
  • Healthy digestion
  • Inflammation prevention
  • Stress prevention
  • Improved sleep
  • Improved hormone function
  • Proper reproductive function
  • Cancer risk reduction
  • Proper insulin function
  • Improved gut integrity
  • Improved skin, hair, and nail quality and growth
  • Improved vision

Three Types of Essential Fatty Acids

There are two kinds of essential fats: omega-3 and omega-6. The body can’t make them, absolutely requires them, and must obtain them from food.

Lack of either results in physical deterioration.

Both omega-3 and omega-6 are polyunsaturated fats. All other fats, including monounsaturated and saturated, can be made by the body.

Omega 3 Fatty acids are an essential polyunsaturated fat found in fish, nuts, and plant oils. There are three types of omega-3 fatty acids

  1. ALA or alpha-linolenic acid – available from flaxseed, walnuts, canola, and soybeans.
  2. EPA or eicosapentaenoic acid – available from human breast milk and fish oils. Can usually be converted by the body from ALA, but sometimes poorly.
  3. DHA or docosahexaenoic acid – available from human breast milk and fish oils and algae. Can be converted by the body from ALA, but often poorly.

Omega 3 fatty acids correct imbalances created by unhealthy diets by lowering risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke, and cancer.

ALA helps reduce heart disease and stroke by reducing cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

DHA & EPA help with brain and eye development, prevent cardiovascular disease, and can help prevent Alzheimer’s.

Omega 6 fatty acids are also polyunsaturated fats essential for human health and can be found in most animal source foods, nuts, and plant based oils. There are two types of omega-6 fatty acids:

  1. LA or linoleic acid is an unsaturated omega-6 fatty acid available from plants, seeds, and nuts.
  2. AA or arachidonic acid is available from nuts, meat, eggs, and dairy.

Most omega-6 fatty acids are obtained from animal sources and vegetable oils. However, excessive amounts, especially from animal sources, can contribute to inflammation, narrowing of the arteries, and result in heart disease, cancer, asthma, arthritis and depression.

A proper balance of 1:1 or 1: 2 between omega-3’s and 6’s in the diet promotes health, while an excess of Omega-6’s promotes inflammation and contributes to the development of disease.

The Standard American Diet (SAD) typically contains 10 to 30 times more omega-6 fatty acids than omega-3 fatty acids, contributing to the increasing rates of inflammatory disorders so prevalent today.

Omega-9 Fatty Acids are known as oleic acids or monounsaturated fats. They are unsaturated fats found primarily in vegetable oils and almonds. Unlike omega-3 and 6’s, omega 9 fatty acids are produced by the body, but can also be beneficial when obtained from foods.

Although omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 fatty acids all serve different functions within the body, incorporating balanced proportions of both essential and non-essential fatty acids are necessary for maintaining overall heart health and the general wellbeing of the body.

Processing Of Fats

Processing damages poly- and mono-unsaturated fats and further damages already-damaged trans-fats.

Because of their sensitivity to damage by light, air and heat, oils for health and performance should be made under protection, pressed from organically-grown seeds to avoid toxic pesticide residues, and bottled in brown glass and boxed for protection against light.

Most of the health problems blamed on fats should be blamed on the destructive processing of fats used to obtain longer shelf life and when these fats are used in cooking.

Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s, Omega 3’s, 6’s, and 9’s) are extremely sensitive to destruction by light, air (oxygen), and heat. These destructive influences produce molecules that change natural and healthy fats to unnatural and toxic fats.

In past years, lard and coconut oils were condemned for being saturated fats and were replaced with vegetable oils called polyunsaturated.

These processed polyunsaturated fats were touted as being heart healthy, and the gullible American public bought into the propaganda and still does to this day.

The Bible says “My people are being destroyed for lack of knowledge”.  And how true this statement is today with regard to fats.

But what the people did not and do not understand is the effect processing has on these oils. Processing turns good fats into refined fats, hydrogenated fats, and trans fats.

Trans fatty acids are formed when vegetable oils are hydrogenated (had hydrogen pumped into them), and hardened to make margarine and shortenings.

Trans fatty acids are now recognized as a leading cause of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other chronic or fatal illnesses. Any processed food that contains hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated vegetable oil contains trans fats: French fries, fried chicken, donuts, cookies and pastries typically contain between 30 and 50% trans fats.

These fats, when exposed to light, produce thousands of free radicals, and lead to changes in oil molecules. Exposing these fats to air (oxygen) produces oxidation and rancidity. Heat speeds up the damage done by light and oxygen, and at high temperatures, does its own unique kind of damage.

Destructive Fats

Canola oil, corn oil, safflower oil, soybean oil, and sunflower oils are advertised as being heart healthy, yet they too are processed with heat, exposed to light and air, and usually sold in clear glass or plastic containers.

Every one of them should carry a label that reads “WARNING: this product may be harmful to your health.”

All of the above oils, even if they are organic, cold-pressed, unprocessed, and stored away from heat and light and in clear glass or plastic, are potentially damaging to the body. They have very little shelf life and go rancid in days if not refrigerated.

And if not pressed from organic seed, GMO becomes a huge issue also.

Healthy Fats

Extra virgin olive oil is one of the safest of the oils. However when buying olive oil there are certain things to look for: Make sure the label reads “Extra Virgin.”

Extra virgin means the oil came from the cold pressing of the flesh of the olive. If the label just says “olive oil” it means the oil came from the heat processing of the seed.

Extra virgin olive oil should be packaged in dark glass, and never used for the frying of foods, but only in its cold form in salad dressings, etc.

Cold pressed “Udo’s” brand oils and flax oils are other safe oils if processed properly. They are bottled in dark containers, and refrigerated. Again, these oils should only be used for low temperature food prep (nothing above 107F).

Fish Oil is a safe oil if properly processed and comes from non-mercury sources. Beware of fish oils in capsule form as they are often rancid. It is important fish oils come in a dark glass container and once opened kept refrigerated.

We have found Pharmax Fish Oil to be the very best and purest of all the fish oils available today.

Organic virgin coconut oil is probably the safest and best oil available, and is the only oil recommended for frying and cooking purposes. It has a sweet coconut scent and flavor, and though a saturated fat, is heart healthy (due to medium chain fatty acids or MCFA). It is health promoting and does not require refrigeration.

When shopping for coconut oil, look for “virgin” or “extra virgin” but not just “coconut oil” or “refined” coconut oil (these last two have been heated in processing).

Incidentally, “extra” virgin coconut oil is no different than “virgin” coconut oil. The coconut oil industry does not have the same wording standards as the olive oil industry, which indeed has different standards for the use of the terms virgin and extra virgin.

In Conclusion

For those who might be interested, here are the fats I consume on a daily basis:

  • A quarter cup of ground flax seed and 1 teaspoon Pharmax Fish Oil go into my green smoothie each morning.
  • I consume at least a half an avocado each day.
  • Some seeds and nuts are consumed but in limited amounts.
  • Some extra virgin olive oil in salad dressings and added to foods after cooking.
  • Virgin coconut oil is the only oil used in healthy stir fries and for other cooking purposes.

In addition to the above, most all the fruits and veggies I consume contain varying amounts of good fat. I consume no foods containing refined fats, hydrogenated fats, or trans fatty acids – that means no conventionally fried ANYTHING (donuts, French fries, onion rings, fried chicken) or margarine for that matter.

I have not knowingly consumed any bad fats in the past 36 years.

Although I have been on this 85% raw to 15% cooked, plant-based diet for 36 years, and am only two years from my 80th birthday, I am very healthy!

Other than the smile-induced wrinkles on my face, my nails and hair are strong and shiny, my scalp is not dry nor do I have and dandruff, and the skin on the rest of my body is smooth, soft and without blemish, with zero liver spots on my hands.

The Bible says “My people are destroyed for lack of KNOWLEDGE.”  (Hosea 4:6) And when it comes to what kinds of fats we should and should not allow into our bodies there is for sure a great “lack of knowledge” in the land.

I trust what we have shared in this Health Tip has increased your knowledge! Now you know what kinds of fats should be allowed and what kinds of fats should not be allowed into your fabulous, God created, physical body!

After all, God has given us the responsibility of maintaining our bodies so that we can be fit for the Master’s use.

“I beseech you therefore brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.”
Romans 12:1-2

Next week, Lord willing and if the creeks don’t rise too high, we will bring you another exciting and informative Health Tip. Trust you will join us.

I invite you to share these Health Tips with neighbors, friends, relatives and church members who might not have this knowledge!


  1. You are so right. Fat, just like protein, is widely misunderstood. There are only three macronutrients where we get all of our calories — and virtually all whole plants have some of all three of them — in just the right proportion. Fat, protein, and carbohydrates — We need all of them, but we need them from plants — not from animals or from processed foods.

    Dr. Esselstyn, with a near 100% record of reversing advanced heart disease at the Cleveland Clinic, adamantly recommends NO OIL of any kind to his patients. He also requires his patients to keep their total fat content below 10% of their total calories; this is compared to an American average of 40% from fat. As such, he advises against the heavy consumption of nuts, seeds and avocados; all of which contain about 80% fat.

    You probably saw Dr. Esselstyn in the great CNN “Last Heart Attack” with Sanjay Gupta. A friend of mine and a great American, we can all learn a great deal from this remarkable man. For your convenience, I have provided a link to a recent post about him and his work. Be well and God bless you, J. Morris Hicks, author, “Healthy Eating – Healthy World.”

  2. RosA Arosemena December 6, 2011

    Thank you very good your exolanation.
    I did not know that extra Virgin Olove Oil, I could not use to frieda dressing for my lentels or quinua, then which oil I am supposed to use to fied garlic, onions omate to prepare my lentels of beans??, please answer me this question.
    Tahnk you vey much and God Bless you.
    Rosa Arosemena

  3. Stephanie December 6, 2011

    Great Article. This is new information on virgin coconut oil. I thought grapeseed oil was the only oil that could withstand high heat. Is this true?? Thanks again for this valuable information.

  4. Kathryn Finley December 6, 2011

    Thanks much. I am slowly changing my diet and have lost 2.5 lbs every wk for 2 yrs, but I see your info encourages me to make further better changes with regard to meat, dairy and fats.

  5. Judith Radosevich December 6, 2011


    Posted By Dr. Joseph Mercola, MD | December 06 2011 | 176,744 views
    Story at-a-glance
    • The CDC and HHS held an “off-the-record, not-for-press-purposes” phone conference with church and community leaders. They want to administer flu vaccines in churches, synagogues and mosques. They are encouraging church leaders to “influence” people to get the shots through clinics run by Walgreens, which would send pharmacists out to places of worship to mass-vaccinate people in the church/synagogue/mosque.
    Recently the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, held an invitation-only call. The call was co-sponsored by the U.S. Health and Human Services, the Office of Minority Health, and CDC. Conspicuously, the end of the invitation read:
    “This call is off the record and is not for press purposes” — but it became public when it showed up on the HHS website. Fortunately one of our staff was able to get on the call. The focus of the call was on getting faith-based organizations to sponsor flu clinics with Walgreens. Basically, they want to move inside your church, mosque or synagogue, and set up shop, with your pastor, priest, imam and rabbi on hand to convince you to get a flu shot. As an example, they cited a priest who stopped in the middle of mass to roll up his sleeve and get vaccinated, inspiring the rest of his parish to line up behind him.
    Talk to God, Get a Shot
    The idea of holding out your arm and getting a shot in the middle of a worship service, with your pastoral leader urging you on, really seems to be pushing it. The reason they’re doing this, health officials said on the phone, is that they’ve found that non-traditional settings such as worship services can be highly effective in influencing people’s decisions. Speaking directly to church leaders, Joshua DuBois, executive director of the White House Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnership, said:
    “As trusted messengers, you’re able to spread messages and help get people vaccinated.”
    Zeroing in on minorities, particularly older adults, blacks and Latinos, health officials said churches, mosques and schools are places where barriers to vaccinations can be taken down, and these minorities can be convinced to get vaccinated. Besides hosting flu shot clinics, churches can also help by putting reminders in their bulletins, and by church members personally reminding others to get their shots, officials said. They even went so far as to encourage the churches to pay people’s insurance co-pays so they’d be more inclined to get the shots. For those who simply can’t pay anything, there’ll be 300,000 free shots given out as part of the flu vaccine crusade.
    Who’s Funding This?
    The original concept of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, developed in 2001, was to help community leaders enhance the 1998 Initiative to Eliminate Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health. The partnership targets cancer screening, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, infant mortality, HIV/AIDS and vaccinations. It also originally covered complementary and alternative health care options, although that type of care, which would include health measures other than vaccines, was not even listed as an option during this phone conference.
    For at least 10 years, this collaboration of community-based volunteers, nonprofit organizations and faith-based groups worked at a grassroots level in their respective neighborhoods, funded by Congress through various health care grants. However, in 2010 the initiative took a turn with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which moved the initiative’s management to the Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, paving the way for the federal government to fund and run projects like flu clinics right in your church.
    Interestingly, flu shots were already covered by most insurance plans, Medicare and the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program. But for some reason health officials have decided it’s OK to push the government into places of worship, mid-service, to sell and administer vaccines – and this no-press-allowed phone call reiterated that over and over again. I can only wonder which vaccine they’ll move into your church next, all in the name of “community health.”
    The Secret’s Out – Flu Shots Are Hardly Effective, If at All
    In February 2011, new research showed that 76 percent of white seniors get flu vaccines, with 68 percent of English-speaking Hispanic seniors getting them, and 64 percent of Spanish-speaking Hispanic seniors doing so. In the phone conference, officials emphasized that they want to increase flu vaccine coverage beyond those numbers. But unfortunately, they neglected to mention the shocking lack of evidence supporting flu vaccines. The truth is flu vaccines just don’t do what the CDC claims they do. I’ve written about this several times so far this year and the past few years, along with major news media like Time Health. Even the Centers for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) admitted on its website on November 4, 2011 that it’s time to revise public messages regarding this vaccine.
    Specifically, what happened is that a study published in the prestigious journal The Lancet revealed that flu shots provide only “moderate protection” against the flu, and in some seasons is altogether “reduced or absent.” Specifically, the Lancet said the vaccine is about 59 percent effective. But when you break the numbers down statistically, what it really works out to is that the vaccine prevents flu 1.5 times out of 100. That’s right. Using the Lancet’s own numbers, statistics show that the vaccine only works 1.5 times out of 100.
    It’s a far cry from the 60 percent the CDC claims on its website, or the 70 to 90 percent it claimed before it changed the numbers this year. Some people call this lying with statistics, but any way you look at it the secret’s out: flu vaccine statistics just don’t add up to warrant pushing them in your church – or anywhere for that matter.
    The Real Way to Good Health this Winter
    Only the CDC, HHS and the Faith-Based Partnership Center can say why they’re pushing flu vaccines in churches in the wake of statistics like this. So instead of trying to second-guess them, what I’ll do is offer up some good ways to stay healthy this winter. Ultimately it is the state of your immune system that determines whether or not you will get sick from being exposed to viral or bacterial organisms associated with infectious diseases like the flu. The key to boosting your immune system, then, and making it a “lean, mean, disease-fighting machine” lies in your lifestyle habits — healthy food, stress relief, exercise, sleep, and safe exposure to sunlight, among other things. Artificially manipulating your immune system with a vaccine to try to stay healthy is not the same thing, nor does it produce the same kind of immunity and sought-after, disease-fighting result. It may actually make you less healthy in the long run.
    Since numerous studies show that vitamin D boosts immunity, particularly vitamin D3, the first thing you want to do is make sure you maintain your vitamin D levels at 50-70 ng/ml year-round. The only way you can be sure of what your levels are is to be tested. For an in-depth explanation of everything you need to know before you get tested, please read my latest updates in Test Values and Treatment for Vitamin D Deficiency.
    While a supplement is OK, the best way to get your vitamin D is with safe exposure to sunshine, or by using a safe tanning bed (one with electronic ballasts rather than magnetic ballasts, to avoid unnecessary exposure to EMF fields). Other things that you can do include eating healthy, avoiding sugars and artificial sweeteners, exercising, and getting enough sleep. I address these issues in my free nutrition plan here. My free one-hour vitamin D lecture can help you here.
    Other Supplements
    Other supplements that can be used as an adjunct to healthy dietary and lifestyle measures are:
    • Vitamin C: A very potent antioxidant; use a natural form such as acerola, which contains associated micronutrients. You can take several grams every hour till you are better unless you start developing loose stools
    • Oregano Oil: The higher the carvacrol concentration, the more effective it is. Carvacrol is the most active antimicrobial agent in oregano oil.
    • Propolis: A bee resin and one of the most broad-spectrum antimicrobial compounds in the world; propolis is also the richest source of caffeic acid and apigenin, two very important compounds that aid in immune response.
    • A tea made from a combination of elderflower, yarrow, boneset, linden, peppermint and ginger; drink it hot and often for combating a cold or flu. It causes you to sweat, which is helpful for eradicating a virus from your system.
    • Olive leaf extract: Ancient Egyptians and Mediterranean cultures used it for a variety of health-promoting uses and it is widely known as a natural, non-toxic immune system builder.
    Educate Yourself on Vaccines
    Now that the government is moving into the most sacred area of your life – your place of worship – you need to be informed more than ever about vaccines and your rights when it comes to vaccine choice. The best place to learn this is from the National Vaccine Information Center. There, you’ll find resources that’ll tell you the ingredients in vaccines, their possible side effects, and the information you need to make intelligent, informed decisions about vaccinations.
    This is important because when it comes right down to it, the only one who can protect you is YOU. Mass vaccination policies are made at the federal level. The laws are made at the state level. That means you must be vigilant in watching BOTH state and federal moves and programs – programs like this one that want to interrupt your church service to give you a vaccine.
    One way to keep abreast of what’s going on at a state and national level is to sign up for NVIC’s free Advocacy Portal at, where you’ll get access to practical, useful information to help you become an effective vaccine choice advocate in your own community. This portal will also give you up-to-date information and call-to-action items that you can use.
    And finally, I encourage you to visit the following NVIC web pages, where you can learn even more:
    • NVIC Memorial for Vaccine Victims: View descriptions and photos of children and adults, who have suffered vaccine reactions, injuries and deaths. If you or your child experiences an adverse vaccine event, please consider posting and sharing your story here.
    • If You Vaccinate, Ask 8 Questions: Learn how to recognize vaccine reaction symptoms and prevent vaccine injuries.
    • Vaccine Freedom Wall: View or post descriptions of harassment by doctors or government officials for making independent vaccine choices

  6. Oceanfrontcabin December 7, 2011

    George: I’m sad you consume Olive oil and coconut oil. Both are dangerous for the body, and your consumption sets a bad example for those who follow you. Remember, you are healthy. Most of your followers are not and are attempting to creat health and healing. All oils compromise our cardiovascular systems, especially those of us with heart disease or inflammatory conditions (e.g., inflammatory bowel diseases, MS, arthritis and arthritis-like conditions, any condition which ends in -itis) which also raise our hsCRPs and compromise our heart health.

    Our bodies make all the omega 9s that we need. So, we don’t need olive oil for the omega 9s; and we definitely don’t need olive oil for the saturated and polyunsaturated fats it contains.

    And I’m aghast that you would consider the consumption of coconut oil with its high saturated fat and high inflammation-creating omega-6s. I wish you would study the peer-reviewed reports and research of Drs Larry Rudel and Robert Vogel, olive oil experts. Check out the wisdom and work of Evelyn Tribole, Susan Allport, Dr. Artemis Simopoulos, and Dr. William Lands

  7. Ednavelie December 7, 2011

    So Awesome!!!! Thank you! Edna Velie

  8. Coconut oil is very different from other saturated fats, because it is made of medium chain triglycerides (MCT). These MCT are digested differently than most fats.

    MCT are digested quickly and with little effort. These fats are more water-soluble than long chain fats, so they don’t go through the complex process of emulsion with bile salts and then transport via chylomicrons into the lymphatic system. MCT go straight to the liver via the portal vein, so they can be burned for energy right away. MCT do not tend to accumulate in adipose (fat) tissue the way long chain fats do. As a result, regular use of coconut oil may help prevent weight gain.

    MCT also have the ability to pass directly into the mitochondria (the energy-producing power plants of your cells). Long chain fatty acids require a special enzyme transport system to enter the mitochondria. So, MCT can more efficiently and quickly provide energy compared to other sources of fat.

    Olive oil has very little omega 6 fat and coconut oil has even less omega 6 fats. Coconut is one of the most stable oils for cooking, as it is difficult to damage its saturated bonds. But it will still smoke if you overheat it.


  9. Archie61 December 7, 2011

    Thanks for the health tips.

  10. how many grams of (healthy) fat should a woman take in a day?

  11. Hi! Thanks a lot for great information. I’m just confused to make a choice between “Fish Oil” and “Cod Liver Oil”. Is it a big difference if oil is “fermented” or “processed”? How to know?

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