When Lake Oconoee Health editors read about the Malaysian diet and population study, they made the easy decision to print details about it for their readers. The digital publication’s mission is to inform and educate the general public on health and wellness issues. Telling readers about the significance of the study, using the relatable holiday angle, was a smart way to grab attention.
A new 12-month human clinical study involving 577 participants conducted in Malaysia reveals we aren’t doing our hearts any favors by eating a high-carb diet. And while that high-carb diet was associated with increased heart disease risk factors, fat intake didn’t move the needle one way or the other.
ABC Circle of Health reporter and food coach Lori Corbin interviewed Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS, author of the newly updated “The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth,” and she was surprised to learn that when is comes to foods to help you stay healthy, certified sustainable Malaysian palm oil is towards the top of the list.
Caregivers often don’t have much spare time. They need smart shortcuts. One of the simplest health changes anyone can make is to switch to eating healthy fats, such as Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil.
In more than 270 media appearances last year, health experts suggested that Americans stock our pantries with Malaysian sustainable palm oil. More than 77 million of us may now be reconsidering nutrient-dense palm oil after reading and hearing about it in the media.