Sacramento TV viewers learned to resist unhealthy food cravings with palm oil

Sacramento TV viewers learned to resist unhealthy food cravings with palm oil

At the height of the holiday season, Sacramento TV audiences learned a good lesson: It’s easier to resist all the sugary stuff if you’re not as hungry for it. That advice came from Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS, who appeared on local CW and Fox TV affiliates to give people easy tips for healthier holiday eating. “I’m a big believer in not relying on willpower,” he said. Eating more healthy fats, such as Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil, will help stabilize blood sugar levels which reduces cravings. “Palm oil is to the rest of the world what olive oil is to the Mediterranean.”

Dr. Lisa includes Malaysian palm oil in her functional cooking advice

Dr. Lisa includes Malaysian palm oil in her functional cooking advice

Pharmacist turned holistic food and healthy living expert Lisa Leslie-Williams recently introduced her readers to the functional cooking concept. “That simply means improving the nutrition of recipes without changing the taste or time it takes to prepare them,” she wrote in her blog, The Domestic Life Stylist. She encouraged her readers to start cooking with Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil. “Studies have shown it to be heart-healthy, even though it’s 50% saturated fats. After doing my own research, I’m using Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil because of that country’s strong environmental commitment.”

Malaysian Palm Oil Council

The Palm Oil Health website is your resource for information on the health and nutritional benefits of Malaysian palm fruit oil and palm fruit oil bioactives.

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