Malaysian students abroad are sharing positive information on Malaysia’s palm oil industry.
In an inspiring presentation at a leading eco-friendly social media conference, Nutrition Myth Buster Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS, talked about the dangers of spreading misinformation. He covered hot topics such as bullying, low-fat and low-carb diets, and the truths about Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil.
The collaboration covers several objectives primarily associated with commitment to sustainable palm oil production, by assisting local oil palm smallholders in ExcelVite Malaysia’s surrounding area to achieve the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) certification before the year ends.
Malaysian oil palm plantations are home to many different species of animals, from birds and reptiles to wild pigs and monkeys. This is just one of the environmental benefits of this nutritious and natural oil.
More and more food companies worldwide are committing to using sustainably produced palm oil, such as oil produced by Malaysia’s family farmers. “Palm oil is the ideal substitute for partially hydrogenated oils, the “trans fats” that food processors love and health experts hate,” wrote Fossler.