We need omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in our diet for brain, skin, heart and joint health. Usually we think of fish or olive oil as way to get these essential nutrients. But other sources include nuts, seeds, avocados and Malaysian palm fruit oil.
Malaysian sustainable palm oil: Rich in brain- and heart-healthy tocotrienols, Malaysian palm oil is also heat-stable so you can use it for cooking and baking. It’s also non-GMO.
Researchers believe that tocotrienols help protect your skin from UV damage by slowing cellular aging. Research also indicates that certain tocotrienols may limit neurological damage from a stroke, and help maintain healthy arteries.
The sun’s UV rays accelerate aging, and may cause skin breakdown and wrinkling. Tocotrienols are strong antioxidants which support skin health by fighting the free radicals which can cause fine lines and other damage. Tocotrienols are found in several foods, but palm oil is nature’s richest source. I suggest looking for supplements made from Malaysian sustainable palm oil.
I also explained how you might protect your skin from within with tocotrienols. This super potent form of vitamin E helps shield skin from the sun’s harmful rays. One of nature’s richest sources of this nutrient is a protective, healthy oil derived from the fruit of the Malaysian oil palm tree.