Women’s World magazine drew readers’ attention to the published study in Scientific Reports that found eating fat had little to no impact on heart health. Instead, a high-carb diet was associated with increased risk factors for cardiovascular disease
Palm oil is non-GMO, balanced and ultra-nutritious. This naturally trans fat-free oil contains almost equal amounts of unsaturated fats and saturated fats. In the body, palm oil has virtually no adverse impact on your cholesterol levels. Palm oil is also a great source of vitamin E tocotrienols, powerful antioxidants that help protect you from chronic diseases.
In his latest article about the keto diet, Chef Gerard Viverito told Houston Style Magazine readers to be discriminating about their dietary fats. He added, “I use Malaysian palm oil for cooking. It is cholesterol and flavor neutral, it stands up well to high heat, and it contains nutrients such as vitamin E tocotrienols that are good for your heart, brain and liver.”
Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS told viewers of ABC’s Afternoon Live in Portland, Oregon that you get more benefits from the keto diet by eating the right fats. He said Malaysian palm oil is his “big favorite”. He added that Malaysian palm oil is sustainable, and doesn’t hurt animals or the environment.
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.