Cooking oils are essential for making stir-frys for dinner and salad dressings for lunch.
But not all oils are the same. Some oils contain high levels of saturated fats (yes, the bad kind) and other unhealthy fats that raise cholesterol levels, according to Everyday Health. These "bad" oils can also increase the risk of heart disease and clog arteries.
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