Hot Deal Which Type of Cooking Oil Is Good for Health?

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iamshashikant wrote:

Ok. Which fatty acids we should be careful to avoid or to see which have less acids in oils?

Bhaiya leave this fatty acids etc etc etc thing .
Our ancestors consumed all this and digested very well and where in excellent health consuming it.
All this fatty acid kind of shitty publicity is to sell blended oils ,, vanaspati and imported oils .
Today selling atta has also made us see extra fibre ,vitamins this and that.
We eat atta since ages.
But if they don’t publicise how will they sell inferior things at premium.

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rini50 wrote:

My paternal and maternal grandparents lived healthily till their mid 80-early 90s by consuming mustard oil all their lives.
Doesn’t matter if you buy local mustard oil or some fancy super expensive olive oil from spain/italy… if you eat in moderation and exercise then that’s all it matters.

Exactly my thoughts

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iamshashikant wrote:

That great . We need to to excercise at home if we cannot do anything atleast.

I exercise at home and so did my grandparents!
I did went to gym for 3 months but wasted time by chatting with my trainer (we became good friends!) toungueout

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rini50 wrote:

I exercise at home and so did my grandparents!
I did went to gym for 3 months but wasted time by chatting with my trainer (we became good friends!) toungueout

Udhar Jane ka nahi. Gharmai karneka aur hushar honeka

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iamshashikant wrote:

Udhar Jane ka nahi. Gharmai karneka aur hushar honeka

What lol! not what you’re thinking 😅

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chelsea4upsc807 wrote:

how is Saffola Gold?

Don’t know. But using saffola active oil. 80% is rice bran oil. 20% is soyabean oil. I think better to eat the soybean oil

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Common-man wrote:

Bhaiya leave this fatty acids etc etc etc thing .
Our ancestors consumed all this and digested very well and where in excellent health consuming it.
All this fatty acid kind of shitty publicity is to sell blended oils ,, vanaspati and imported oils .
Today selling atta has also made us see extra fibre ,vitamins this and that.
We eat atta since ages.
But if they don’t publicise how will they sell inferior things at premium.

Yes right

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I am using dhara filtered(not refined) groundnut oil
For frying mostly cold pressed mustard oil mostly flipkart 1re deal so fortune.

Virgin olive for salad n cold stuff.
Desi ghee or milk fat for pranthas n kids.

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i use gingelly/sesame cold pressed oil. cost about 300-350 a litre and is healthy. with my cholesterol levels shooting up recently i switched to this oil

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Refined, rice bran, canola oil all are not good and are famous only because of misleading advertising.

The best oil to cook with are Mustard/Sunflower/Coconut/Sesame oil or Ghee anyone according to your taste and preference and one which suites the cuisine in your region smile

Cold pressed one is preferably better though these are anyways better than other synthetic oil mentioned above

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Oil is one of the basic requirement in diet. As for anything, over indulgence is bad. So keep oil consumption in control. pleic and linoleic fatty acids are considered good for health, so people look for oil which are rich in them. Oils having too much linoleic are unstable and can go rancid but oleic is more stable. So oil with about 60-70% oleic and about 10-15% linoleic are good. Saturated fats should be less than 10%. Olive oil, canola and safflower are good examples. Some cases like safflower can be high oleic or linoleic, so depends on line. Canola is traditionally use to have erucic acod, but now lines are available with zero erucic acid, so it is picking up. Indian safflower is very good, but farmers are preferring other crops which are high yielding. Linseed is also a good oil.
There is also question of how oil is extracted. To me extraction without chemical is fine. Saturated fats always give better result for deep frying, for example french fries or namkeens. But these are personal choices, for example coconut oil is saturated and many people will not change this choice.
Be careful, a lot of false or old information is there, you have to choose carefully.

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whatever seeds are cultivated in the local regions, that is good for health. Seeds should be cold pressed and should be unrefined.
Groundnuts and Safflower and Sesame seeds are grown heavily here and we consume the same. Coconut oil also depending on availability.
Cold pressed and Unrefined are always better.

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back to basics use only oils that made in front of you using seeds what ever you like…. This is revaluation in South india… people of south India using oils which are making in front of us…
<a href=“”video youtube">

“>try this kind of oils

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Just to provide the benefits and profit to Ramdev Patanjali and Adani, s Fortune
Our Government has banned the import from Malaysia as we getting cheap cooking oil/Raw material, Which is not good,
As this crony capitalist has increased the prices of oil
Read the article for more info
https://www.businesstoday.in/current/economy-po...

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In general it costs 200+ to make 1ltr of oil..but companies makes it for 40…so you can decide….

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Common-man wrote:

Firstly Different states cherish on different oils as per availability due to seed produce in there state like groundnut for rajasthan , mustard in north , coconut in south etc. .
Rotationally using oils if available everywhere can also be considered. But will be good to use oils of seeds which your state grows because it has environmental thing attached to it which will be beneficial to your body.

And Do Remember advertising and publicity of Olive Oil thru varied ways is a BIG HOAX.

Coconut in south? where are you from? Coconut is used for cooking in Kerala only. Rest of the south states Andhra, Telangana, Karnataka & Tamil nadu majorly use sunflower oil for cooking.

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Every oil has there own goods and bads…i recommend u to regularly change oil

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sreenath1042 wrote:

Coconut in south? where are you from? Coconut is used for cooking in Kerala only. Rest of the south states Andhra, Telangana, Karnataka & Tamil nadu majorly use sunflower oil for cooking.

If its so , i am wrong then ,i apologies.

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What is the conclusion of all this discussion?
In one word or sentence

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1) Don’t ever use Refined oil..it’s like slow poison
2)Best oil is the one grown in your region / state.
3) for deep frying use oil that has high flash point Ex mustard oil.
4) to get maximum benefits switch between 2-3 diffrent oils every 2 months or so.
5) moderation and exercise is the key word…if you eat too much oil even if it’s healthy oil, then no one can save you. So “eat less eat healthy”.

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rhl.foru630 wrote:

1) Don’t ever use Refined oil..it’s like slow poison
2)Best oil is the one grown in your region / state.
3) for deep frying use oil that has high flash point Ex mustard oil.
4) to get maximum benefits switch between 2-3 diffrent oils every 2 months or so.
5) moderation and exercise is the key word…if you eat too much oil even if it’s healthy oil, then no one can save you. So “eat less eat healthy”.

Mustered oil is not refined na? Saw fortune mustered oil . It’s not written anywhere that it is refined or not

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iamshashikant wrote:

Mustered oil is not refined na? Saw fortune mustered oil . It’s not written anywhere that it is refined or not

No, i have only seen cold pressed mustard oils

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No cooking oil is good for health… It is the most caloric dense and one of the most nutritionally void item.

Edit: but if you must consume them in moderation then go for cold pressed, filtered and organic quality of oil.

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