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Here’s why we need to include healthy oils in our diet

Malaysian palm fruit oil has its share of unique health benefits; but there are even more basic reasons why you should consume a healthy oil every day. Your body needs fat to keep running. It doesn’t matter if you are overweight, underweight or the ideal size. Even if you eat a highly nutritious diet, for those nutrients to be able to travel from your stomach to other parts of your body they must either be soluble (able to dissolve) in water or fat.

For example, fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K rely on fat as their delivery system. You’ve got to eat them with some kind of fat for your body to absorb them.

o Vitamin A supports our eyes, bones, teeth and skin. It also is important for cell division and gene expression.

o We need Vitamin D to help our bodies absorb calcium.

o Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant and the Vitamin E alpha tocotrienols found in palm fruit oil may play an important role in protecting our brains from damage in case of stroke and helping us with recovery.

o Vitamin K helps our blood to clot efficiently.

We also need fat cells to store the nutrients that our body does not need right away. Healthy dietary fats are also important for providing energy and run our metabolism, supporting brain function, to cushion and help protect our organs from injury, help protect our nerve tissues, and to help regulate our body temperature.

Experts calculate that most adults should get no more than 20-35 percent of their total daily calories from fats and oils. Since all fats contain nine calories of energy per gram, that’s about 2-1/2 times more energy for the body than protein (four calories per gram) or carbohydrates (four calories per gram).

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Why the right fat matters

Just because all fats have the same number of calories doesn’t mean that one is just as good as another. Trans-fats, for example, aren’t good for your heart. But Malaysian Palm Fruit Oil, on the other hand, is composed almost 50/50 of saturated and unsaturated fats. This unique composition means that consuming palm fruit oil will have virtually no impact on your cholesterol, providing that your other fat intake is in line with the guidelines of the American Heart Association.

While this is not a license to use palm fruit oil on absolutely everything you eat, it is reassuring to know that Malaysian Palm Fruit Oil is a wonderful way to give your body the nutrients it needs without clogging your arteries.

 

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