In an Alternative Medicine magazine article, “The Nutrition Myth Buster” reported that major companies are launching hair-growth supplements made from tocotrienols, potent nutrients derived from Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil.
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Blum highlights Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil because it adds a creamy texture to food and is free of trans fats. “While using this sustainable oil for home cooking is a relatively new thing, it is catching on. Palm oil is heart-healthy and good brain food, and has a neutral flavor.”
Tocotrienols often aren’t found in vitamin E supplements and can be hard to get from food. The richest source is red palm oil.
“We want to reach out to every entity in the supply chain and of course, the end consumer, to convince them that this is sustainably produced, wholesome and nutritious edible oil.”
Chef G told a national audience that a good place to start is by adding foods made with certified sustainable Malaysian palm oil to their diets.
Malaysia is the first country to certify the sustainability of its palm oil. Under this mandatory program, all Malaysian palm oil producers must be certified sustainable by January 1, 2020.
“Saturated fat does not cause heart disease and we need to get it back into our diets,” he stated. But it needs to be the right kinds for saturated fats, such as certified sustainable Malaysian palm oil.
on November 9, 2017 in In The News, Mixed Carotene, Sustainability, Tocotrienol 0
Stoler explained that having adequate dietary fat may help alleviate seasonal dry skin, while also giving you more energy.
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.
While discussing ways to “green up” the holiday, registered dietitian nutritionist Felicia Stoler gave viewers of Fox Morning News the brand names of some candy companies that use certified sustainable palm oil.