A nutrition expert explains to ABC viewers why adding more healthy fat to your diet will help burn off your fat reserves. And one easy way to get more healthy fats in, and trans fats out, is by cooking with Malaysian palm oil.
Some food manufacturers and suppliers are using highly-processed, genetically-modified oils to replace trans fat in their products. For those of us who prefer natural foods, Malaysian sustainable palm oil is the obvious and smartest choice. Malaysian sustainable palm oil is a rich source of vitamin E, including a form of vitamin E called alpha tocotrienol that has been shown to help protect the brain in the case of stroke, cardiovascular disease or trauma.
Palm oil has a naturally healthy composition. The American Heart Association’s optimum fat blend ratio is 1:1:1. This is readily achieved by using palm oil as a major product component. Products such as Smart Balance leverage this magic. Overall nutrition is enhanced through palm oil’s ability to beneficially modulate LDL/HDL cholesterol ratios. That means it has virtually no adverse impact on your cholesterol levels.
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“Palm oil is in fact a good fat, but ONLY if the palm oil is responsibly sourced from Malaysia,” King wrote in her blog, “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Palm Oil.”
Chef Gerard prefers Malaysian palm oil because it’s good for the planet – 50 percent of the country’s land is dedicated to sustainability – and it offers loads of other health benefits.
Nutrition expert Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS told FOX News viewers in Cleveland why the high-fat keto diet works, and why better-for-you fats such as Malaysian palm oil are good choices for keto diet followers.
Good fats may help you fight junk food cravings because fats help you feel full. Non-GMO Malaysian palm oil has been used as a replacement for partially hydrogenated oils, the source of trans fats. Trans fats have been associated with increased heart disease, stroke and diabetes risk.
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Current dietary advice puts the emphasis on optimizing types of dietary fats and not reducing total fat
“The assumption that saturated fat at any level of intake is deleterious is not supported by scientific evidence.”
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Tropical oils may also have some health benefits. Malaysian sustainable palm oil has a unique fatty acid profile, plus natural antioxidants such as vitamin E tocotrienols and carotenoids. Palm oil is also naturally trans-fat free.