If you’ve eaten any edible oil and have eaten a large amount of them, you’re likely aware of the health risks of ingesting these toxins.
But even with the most careful precautions, eating the oil is a risk.
And, in some cases, eating just one can lead to toxic effects, including tumors and cancer.
We decided to find out more about how to safely eat edible oil, and how it’s different from the oil you might find in a jar.
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