I could launch into a discussion about how the Malaysian palm oil industry is saving orangutans – which is absolutely true – but I know one of the best ways to educate readers about this nutritious, environmentally friendly oil is by making it relevant to them.
Common GMO foods in the United States include soy, corn, sugar beets, rapeseed (canola), zucchini, squash, alfalfa and peas. A great start is to replace your cooking oil with Malaysian sustainable palm oil.
More grocery shoppers are interested in purchasing foods that are both good for their health as well as good for the environment. This wholesome food trend is favorable for Malaysian palm oil which is non-GMO and a model for sustainable agriculture.
In his new book, “The Shocking Truth about Palm Oil”, certified nutritionist and naturopathic physician Bruce Fife explains why palm oil is good for our health and the environment.
Don’t be stuck in the oily dark ages. Use our handy guide to determine which cooking oils you need to add to your culinary collection.