Certified sustainable Malaysian palm oil is an ideal substitute because of its health, performance and sustainability qualities.
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While the number of GMO-free choices is increasing, finding healthy foods for your family that don’t contain genetically engineered (GE) ingredients can still be a challenge.
Some oils, such as olive oil, break down at high temperatures. Malaysian palm oil, however, has a high smoke point. This makes it suitable for frying, grilling and other high-heat applications.
In this blog, distinguished nutrition expert Roger Clemens puts Codex Alimentarius Commission’s food labeling paper about trans fats and saturated fats in proper perspective
This year, more families may be including palm oil in their Thanksgiving grocery carts alongside the turkey, cranberries and pumpkin pie.
Since the majority of the United States’ palm oil comes from Malaysia, articles referencing American use of palm should state the relevant facts instead of propaganda farmed from international NGOs.
An article on Prevention Magazine’s popular website dived deeper into palm oil and its vitamin E tocotrienols. Women’s health website EmpowHER wanted to know how palm oil – which is a healthy mix of saturated and unsaturated fats – can help improve energy levels.
Ever since I discovered palm oil, I’ve been focused on educating America’s next generation of chefs – as well as typical American consumers – about why palm oil is so good.
The Pittsburgh Better Times included Malaysian sustainable palm oil in an article about hidden superfoods. This naturally trans-fat free oil is often chosen by food manufacturers as a wholesome substitute for partially hydrogenated oils.
In 2006, when the FDA required food manufacturers to list the amount of trans fats on nutrition labels, they also allowed manufacturers to label a food as trans fat-free if an individual serving contained less than 0.5 grams of trans fats. That means you may be unknowingly consuming trans fats.