A newly published diet and population study puts yet another nail in the coffin of the idea that saturated fats contribute to heart disease. Researchers looked at how specific dietary combinations of proteins, fats and carbs impact cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk biomarkers.
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A presentation at the 2018 Palm Oil Trade Fair and Seminar in Kuala Lumpur highlights the nutritional and stability benefits U.S. food manufacturers gain when using palm oil in popular foods.
Does breast milk need a warning label? It’s a ridiculous idea, but this question and others are cropping up in response to a food labeling paper released by the Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC). It recommends warning labels for some healthy foods. According to Roger Clemens, DrPH, CFS, CNS, FIFT, FACN, FIAFST, “It would be impossible […]
When shopping for food, millennial often consider the manufacturer’s social responsibility, nutrition as well as convenience. That’s one reason why products made with Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil can be so appealing to this demographic.
Teach kids to look for palm oil on ingredient lists. Many food manufacturers have substituted natural Malaysian sustainable palm oil for partially hydrogenated oil.
For decades, many packaged cookies, bars and candies were loaded with artificial colors and flavors, copious amount of sugars and unhealthy trans fats. Much to the relief of parents everywhere, manufacturers are now including healthier and more natural ingredients such as Malaysian palm oil in these kid staples.
Certified sustainable Malaysian palm oil is an ideal substitute because of its health, performance and sustainability qualities.
While the number of GMO-free choices is increasing, finding healthy foods for your family that don’t contain genetically engineered (GE) ingredients can still be a challenge.
Some oils, such as olive oil, break down at high temperatures. Malaysian palm oil, however, has a high smoke point. This makes it suitable for frying, grilling and other high-heat applications.
This year, more families may be including palm oil in their Thanksgiving grocery carts alongside the turkey, cranberries and pumpkin pie.