When Alternative Health Expert Bryce Wylde, BSc, DHMHS traveled to Kuala Lumpur to attend a Malaysian palm oil nutrition conference, he discovered a lot more about this wholesome, yet often mistakenly criticized food. The popular author and educator knew Malaysian sustainable palm oil was a nutritious diet choice. He was aware it was often praised […]
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.
on June 17, 2015 in Forest Conservation, News, Sustainability, Wildlife Preservation 0
This new Forest Bill further empowers forestry officials to deal with any illegal deforestation in Malaysia. It includes stiffer penalties, as much as one million Ringitts, equivalent to $271,000 U.S. dollars.
on May 19, 2015 in Forest Conservation, General, Sustainable Agriculture, Tocotrienol, Wildlife Preservation 0
“Every country is different. Malaysia, for example, is one of the good guys. It produces sustainable palm oil. More than 50 percent of Malaysia’s forests are protected forever. Most of the oil palms are grown on old rubber plantations. It’s not newly cleared land. A lot of people get their geography mixed up. They think […]
on May 14, 2015 in Forest Conservation, In The News, Sustainability, Wildlife Preservation 0
Nutritionists, dietitians and physicians around the world are trying to spread the word: What you’ve been taught about saturated fat and cholesterol is wrong. You do not need to avoid these foods. When I was a guest on Good Day Sacramento, I told the CBS viewers that saturated fats are fine to eat. I also […]
The world has four major oil seed crops: oil palm, soybean, sunflower and canola (rapeseed). Together, they use 3.55 percent of the world’s total agricultural land. Oil palm occupies the least land: just 0.23 percent of the world’s farmland. Sunflower uses 0.51 percent, rapeseed 0.67 percent and soybean, the most at 2.14 percent.