MEDIA BUZZ: With school back in session, this is an ideal time to re-post Lisa Lynn’s fabulous Peanut Butter Bliss Balls recipe. Kids work and play hard all day. It’s no wonder they are hungry after school. When I appeared on San Antonio’s CBS News, I shared a healthy snack that is great for the […]
Malaysian sustainable palm oil is the cooking oil of choice for home chefs and professional food producers around the world. This nutritious cooking oil has several attributes which keep it in demand.
● Palm oil has a high smoke point, which makes it ideal for high-temperature cooking. It
produces less volatile components than other cooking oils, and delivers a consistent
texture when frying.
● Malaysian sustainable palm oil is non-GMO and naturally free of trans fat, making it a
welcome addition to any sustainable cooking pantry.
● Palm oil’s balanced fatty acid content and abundant vitamins support a healthy lifestyle.
● Malaysian palm oil resists spoilage and retains the natural flavor of food.
Explore our recipes, and read more about the culinary uses of wholesome Malaysian palm oil.
on August 18, 2016 in Culinary, In The News, Nutrition, Wildlife Preservation 0
I could launch into a discussion about how the Malaysian palm oil industry is saving orangutans – which is absolutely true – but I know one of the best ways to educate readers about this nutritious, environmentally friendly oil is by making it relevant to them.
I’m all about sustainable products and Malaysian palm oil delivers on that front. Sustainable foods are healthy for the environment, wildlife and our bodies. Sustainable food producers care about their workers’ standard of living. Sustainability is about minimizing the carbon footprint and maximizing food security.
Palm oil also has incredible health benefits. It is the most abundant source of tocotrienols. It’s high in vitamin A and vitamin E. It’s also great for brain health.
I’ve been on a mission to get more Americans to accept Malaysian sustainable palm oil as a household pantry staple, as it is in many other parts of the world.
Our diet is way too high in pro-inflammatory omega-6s, which are exactly what we’re consuming when we cook or marinade in vegetable oil. Switch to some better oils such as Malaysian palm oil. This red oil is filled with carotenoids and tocotrienols.
Marinades are an excellent way to bring big flavor to your favorite meats before they hit the grill. Combine herbs and spices with an oil, such as Malaysian sustainable palm oil. This oil helps deliver the seasoning’s flavor to the meat.
It can be easy to get fooled by food labels when you go grocery shopping. It seems like every product boasts about its health benefits, even the ones with ingredients that we know are far from nutritious. When I appeared on Kansas City’s NBC news health alert, I explained how to read labels to avoid […]
on May 16, 2016 in Culinary, Forest Conservation, In The News, Nutrition, Sustainable Agriculture 0
Add one more step to your spring cleaning task list. In addition to cleaning the hall closet and washing windows, health expert Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS suggests you make some diet changes to cleanse your body. This board certified nutritionist offered tips when he appeared on Phoenix’s 3TV News.
It’s a challenge we all face: We want to eat healthy, but don’t have the time to prepare complicated meals. When I appeared on Albany’s Weekend Today I demonstrated my flavorful six-minute Malaysian soup. It is easy to make and rich with nutrients. It’s also good for the planet because it uses sustainable ingredients. If […]