Viverito mentions that palm oil is nature’s best source of vitamin E tocotrienols, which may protect the brain in case of stroke and help it recover faster.
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 palm oil because it’s sustainable and it doesn’t contribute to inflammation.”
Appearing on three San Antonio TV stations, Nutrition Myth Buster Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS, advised parents to help keep their children’s brains sharp with nutritious foods including Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil. “You’ve got to stop using the two most pro-inflammatory things in the American diet: sugar and vegetable oils,” he said during interviews on FOX station KABB, CBS station KENS-TV, and ABC station KSAT. “I like Malaysian palm oil because it’s sustainable. It doesn’t harm the environment. And it doesn’t contribute to inflammation.”
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.
Also at Expo West, the Malaysian Palm Oil Council will introduce Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil Certification (MSPO) to attendees. MSPO certification is a sustainability program initiated by the Malaysian government to ensure the implementation and importantly, to assist smallholders (~650,000 smallholders in Malaysia) in the palm plantation sector in achieving sustainability practices and certification.