Although oils are a great source of energy, and also have and therapeutic properties, we should be careful with the intake. Below are a few species that should be included  in your menu.

Sunflower oil

It is the most used and when we think about good oil, we usually think about sunflower oil. It’s frequent use is not harmful, but our advise for you is to choose cold pressed oil, which in terms of refined beta-carotene contains greater amounts of unsaturated fatty acids  and vitamin E. Cold pressed sunflower oil lowers blood pressure, reduces rheumatic pains, cleanses the body toxins and prevents the development of malignant cells.

Olive oil

Olive oil has beneficial effects on prevention and treatment of many diseases, it can easily get digested, speeds up the metabolism. olive-oil-carrierAlso it is useful when you are trying to maintain your ideal body weight. It gives an irresistible aroma.  Unfortunately Cold- pressed olive oil is losing it’s popularity in cooking although it’s best to use cold (or slightly warm) when preparing meals. For frying use refined olive oil.

Oil pumpkin

With the regular consumption of pumpkin oil you can protect the body from infections as it strengthens the immune system and keeps the heart and blood vessels well functional.

Oil from flax

This is a brilliant source of omega fatty acids and will help you reduce the level of bad cholesterol in blood. In addition, flax seed oil is known as cosmetic product. The effect of daily use of two teaspoons of flax oil will improve your hair, skin and nails.

Oil from the seeds of grapes

It has a strong effect in preventing heart disease as it contains antioxidants, this oil frequently get applied in cosmetics: cleaning, peeling, massage, bath, compresses and masks for face or body.

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Sesame oil

Sesame oil is very healthy because it can reduce the level of bad cholesterol in a very short time-frame. Also has beneficial effects on the heart and kidneys, prevents cavities and gum inflammation.

Corn oil

This oil stands with techniques of extraction and refining, allows preservation of the organoleptic characteristics of the vegetables that we consume, it tastes like corn,rich with vitamin E, and unsaturated fatty acid, which has positive effects on our health.

 

Source: www.healthyfoodteam.com