Tag Archive: good-for-you fats

Identify the Healthy Oil

Dr. C Parvesh Kumar – I am here talking about cooking oil that we reuse for frying . There is a time limit in which we can reuse it and after that time it becomes hazardous for our health. By Daily Excelsior – 04/11/2018 Festival Season is upon us. Being part of it, we can... View Article

Malaysian palm oil’s worldwide significance

by Palm Oil Health The South China Morning Post featured a frank and enlightening interview with Mah Siew Keong, Malaysia’s minister of plantation industries and commodities. In this feature article, the minister dispelled many of the most pervasive myths about palm oil, commented on the challenges currently facing the palm oil industry, and explained why Malaysia’s leadership in certified sustainable palm oil has... View Article

For years, we got it wrong on saturated fat

SATURATED  fat is not unhealthy. This is a clear and unambiguous conclusion from a new meta-analysis recently published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM), an affiliate of the world-renowned British Medical Journal (BMJ). As highlighted in www.theoilpalm.org, leading scientists from the United Kingdom and United States have stated that the world “urgently requires a... View Article

Boost energy naturally with palm oil

by Sherry Torkos Media Buzz: I went on the NBC lifestyle program, San Antonio Living, to talk about natural ways to boost your energy. One way to boost your energy is by eating good-for-you fats. We need omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in our diet for brain, skin, heart and joint health. Usually we think of... View Article

Fueling Your Fat Fix

Do you know that Malaysian red palm oil is a healthy fat? To help busy caregivers prepare healthy meals, “The Nutrition Myth Buster” Dr. Jonny Bowden has the following advice – The smartest fats yield clear health benefits. For example, the tocotrienols found in Malaysian red palm oil support heart, liver and brain health. So,... View Article

Know Your Fats

Since the FDA announced a total ban on the use of trans fat by 2018, many consumers and food manufacturers have started looking at alternatives. Malaysian red palm oil is not only free of trans fats, it is also sustainably produced. Why should consumers choose Malaysian red palm oil? Red palm oil is semi-solid at room (ambient) temperature... View Article