Top 5 Best Oil’s

Top 5 Best Oil’s

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Oil is used in pretty much every cooking dish, but there are good and bad fats that different oil’s contain. I’m going to list the top 5 best oils to use in your cooking to benefit your health…

 

Almond Oil:

Almond oil is high in mono unsaturated fats, folic acid, magnesium, vitamins A, B and E, as well as omega-3 fatty acids. The benefits of Almond oil are lowering cholesterol, reducing inflammation, regenerates skin cells, improves blood circulation, aids digestion and prevents hair loss. It can be used in your hair and on you skin to aid with soft skin and preventing hair breakage.

 

Avocado Oil:

Avocado oil also contains mono unsaturated fats, which help with cholesterol. It also contains lutein which improves eye health. It also lowers blood pressure, improves arthritis, treats skin conditions and prevents gum disease. The benefit of Avocado oil whilst cooking, is it has a high burning rate, which is great for cooking at high temperatures.

 

Pumpkin Seed Oil:

This oil is not so popular but the benefits are outstanding. The oil is used to treat intestinal parasites and is shown to lower bad cholesterol levels and raise the good. It is high in vitamins A, K and E as well as zinc. Pumpkin Seed oil is best unheated as it keeps its natural benefits.  It also supports hormonal and reproductive health and helps maintain collagen levels.

 

Olive Oil:

A very world wide used oil that contains many benefits. It contains oleocanthal which has the same effects as ibuprofen to reduce inflammation in the body, this can decrease the risk of breast cancer and its reoccurance. It also lowers heart disease and contains Vitamin E which oxides the body. The benefits of olive oil are the way it lowers blood pressure, diabetes and obesity and also promotes good bone health.

 

Coconut Oil:

Coconut oil has quickly become one of the most popular oils due to its versatile abilities. Coconut oil is antiviral, antibacterial and anti fungal. Once consumed it is stored as energy rather than fat. It reduces inflammation and boosts immunity, it also fights bacteria and viruses. Coconut oil is very versatile as it can be used in cooking to be consumed but it can also be used in your hair and on your body to assist with hair loss and skin conditions.

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