Charli Skipper began writing professionally in 2002. She has written articles for “Tiger Weekly” and is now providing technical writing for state government. Skipper holds a Bachelor of Arts in theater from Louisiana State University and a Juris Doctor from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center.
By Charli Skipper, eHow Contributor
While Canola oil was introduced to consumers as a healthy alternative to other oils, it is still unclear whether consumption of this oil is a smart choice. Supporters of Canola oil tout the fact that it is low in saturated fats, whereas critics suggest that an oil whose source is a toxic insecticide and which causes premature death in lab animals cannot be entirely healthy for human use.