Soybean oil is widely used in the American diet and has important public health implications.
A study found soybean oil linked to health issues like obesity, diabetes, and neurological conditions.
In 2015, the same scientists found soybean oil induced obesity, diabetes, and fatty liver in mice.
In 2017, they discovered low linoleic acid soybean oil induced less obesity and insulin resistance.
A new study on mice examined soybean oil's effect on the brain.
No significant difference was found between modified and unmodified soybean oil's impact on the brain.
However, a substantial difference was detected between their effects on the brain.
Soybean oil's health implications warrant further investigation and consideration.
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