Just in time for Halloween, Houston Style Magazine ran an article on candy alternatives. Guest author Carolina King wrote, ““One common candy ingredient that no longer needs to spark concern is palm oil,” she wrote, listing major candy manufacturers that use only certified sustainable palm oil.
Malaysian sustainable palm oil has the right level of nutrients to support your health.
● No other oil has as much vitamin E as palm oil. Vitamin E helps reduce harmful free radicals in the body and helps delay the aging process.
● Unrefined and crude palm oils are rich in carotenoids, an effective antioxidant which helps strengthen the body’s immune system and may reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease.
● Malaysian sustainable palm oil contains less inflammatory omega 6s than most other oils, such as canola, soybean and corn. Palm oil’s fatty acid profile helps guard against
The qualities of palm oil make it an ideal choice for food manufacturers replacing trans fat in their formulas. Palm oil is also an excellent source of energy, and has a neutral effect on blood cholesterol. Discover more about this wholesome oil in the following articles.
During a recent appearance on AM Northwest (ABC affiliate KATU), Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS, mentioned results of a Malaysian study looking at patterns of eating. “In terms of predicting heart disease, it didn’t matter how many fats you ate. What mattered was how many carbohydrates you ate,” he said.
Beauty and Lifestyle expert Ashley Chennel stirred excitement after posting a photo of Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil on Instagram. This popular TV contributor included a photo and recipes, to which several people replied, “Gotta try this!”
Viewers of CBS TV affiliate KGBT in Texas learned how to help their kids’ brains stay sharp by feeding them the right foods. “You’ve got to reduce inflammation,” advised guest Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS. He said to stop using the two most inflammatory things in the American diet: sugar and vegetable oils. “I like Malaysian […]
Feeding her kids nutritious snacks and meals is a priority for international blogger Viv Jones. “It’s definitely easier to grab something convenient, but I try my best to have healthier snack and meal options that will nourish their growing bodies and busy brains! I’d rather spend a little time preparing healthier snacks so I can […]
“Palm oil is heart-healthy and good brain food. While using this certified sustainable oil for home cooking is a relatively new thing, it is catching on,” explained Donsky.
Whether they are opening restaurants, preparing iconic Malaysian dishes or sharing the benefits of the country’s responsibly produced palm oil, these foodies want the American people to know more about what makes Malaysian foods so special.
Blogger SoCalTwinMommy showed other home cooks how to prepare a classic grilled meal using Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil. “About a year ago, I was introduced to Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil and have been using it ever since!” she wrote.
Recently 100 Malaysian children and their parents got help from the Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC), which sponsored a baking demonstration and cooking workshop. While learning to bake brownies and make fresh sandwiches, participants also learned about the health and socioeconomic benefits of their country’s certified sustainable palm oil.
When natural health expert Bryce Wylde told CityLine TV audiences which all-natural foods to eat for brain health, he included sustainable Malaysian red palm fruit oil. He stressed that the tocotrienols found in red palm oil have been found to protect the brain’s white matter.