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

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hydlogon700 wrote:

This is true. Use any oil which is cold pressed in front of you. Many such ads about cold pressed oils are not true and only marketing stunts to fool people like Organic Food sold online which we do not know for real.

Recently, in US, one of such organic food store was found importing food from China which was not organically grown even though the label had small imprints with a disclaimer!

So, get the oil cold pressed in front of you and don’t fall for any ads. There is a trend for Canola Oil which originates from Canada and grown out of GMO seeds which are total poison and causes massive health issues on continuous usage which is seen in US Pandemic today. If possible use Cow Ghee for cooking and keep Oil usage to least. Remember, even water can be used as an alternate to oil for cooking in many cases that is never shown in any cooking show in India too which are funded by Evil Oil and Food Companies where the Anchor keeps repeating how poison oil is good as they are paid to lie!!!

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Rice bran, sesame and olive oil are best for health.

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averis007 wrote:

Rice bran, sesame and olive oil are best for health.

Rice bran is total shit it is just name and sticker nothing else

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Mix.. Oil… Ricebran in between.. Olive oil.. For Indian Tal ka tel.. Very costly.

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desiman wrote:

OP ne printing mistake kiya tha instead of health title mein oil likh diya

Ya i know.. i just kidded !

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Go for coconut oil ,full of medium chain fatty acids ,if u are physically active ,it can breakdown to glucose to fuel u up,never go for solvent processed oils

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As you all know any type of Oil/Ghee in excess i.e above 1-2 tablespoon a day per person (having high Cholesterol or BP or Obese) is BAD. If you are having any such condition , you should limit intake to 1 tablespoon a day. You can use Good quality Non stick cookware to prepare food or MAKE no Oil meals ( Easily possible with Indian spices) , you won’t even notice the lack of oil (Refer Oil Free Chole (Cheakpea), Dal, Omelette, Veggie Recipes). Add oil free Daal Chilla to your diet instead of Parantha Or make Oil free Parantha OR Tandoori Parantha.

If you want to consume Oil /Ghee, Any Cold press Oil under 1-2 tablespoon a day is good but they all cost Rs500+ per Kg/litre except.

Cold press Oil (Also Known as Extra Virgin Oil) :-
1) Sesame Oil
2) Coconut Oil
3) Groundnut Oil
4) Sunflower Oil

  • Not Cold Press but in priority list
    1) Ghee
    2) Unsalted Butter

Other choice would be First Press Oil (Also known as Virgin Oil) under ₹300 -

1) FIRST PRESS Oil of Sesame Oil , Sunflower Oil, and Groundnut Oil under ₹300

Another choice would be Physically Refined Oil ( Also known as Kachi Ghani) under ₹150 -
1) Mustard Oil.
2) Sunflower Oil
3) Rice Bran Oil

I would recommend have 1 of each Cold OR Press , Ghee and Mustard Oil and use them accordingly.
Never use same Oil Again and Again.

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Mix all cooking oil, will get benefit of all in one stuck_out_tongue

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Well it’s really hard to which oil is best and which is worst….

You should consume oil in rotation… Irrespective of the branding ….

Also if you get the good deal here is the best oil…. joy joy

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use blended oils if using refined oils otherwise cold pressed oils

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Olive oil, Rice Bran, refined sunflower….

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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.

Super reply brother. Good to see people caring for others

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Best is Ghee(buffalo than cow), Butter or Cheese.
Second best is Coconut Oil (cold pressed better).
Then comes all these oils.

If you want to read more, then Google poly saturated acids vs mono saturated acids. For more weight loss or health issues please connect with me in PM.

We at our household don’t use oil at all.

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We use rice bran oil, better healthy than peanut nd sunflower.

Remove cholesterol

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Dear,
Having had this question a few years ago, I believe I can simplify your approach of choosing cooking oil.

Firstly, make sure that the oil source is as local as possible. For eg. coconut – kerala, mustard – punjab etc.. I am not saying that a punjabi must not use coconut oil, rather a punjabi will have easier access to the rawest form of mustard oil. Avoid any oil where the manufacturer claims better quality by mentioning “made from imported bla bla”. Import takes time, to extend shelf life something will be added, you don’t want that. Also, sorry but this means that any kind of olive oil is off the table if you are a desi resident.

Secondly, the following keywords generally indicate healthier oils – extra-virgin, virgin, raw, cold-pressed, filtered, physically-refined. However, such choices depend on the buyer’s budget. Avoid chemically refined oils, they use ammonia, phosphoric/sulphuric acids, TBHQ and what not, you don’t want those.

Thirdly, it is advisable to not use unrefined oils for deep frying. The natural non-fat components in unrefined oils, eg. moisture or solid-microparticles, burn much before the oil reaches boiling temperature and leads to smoking of the oil. Try to use physically-refined oil or atleast double-filtered oil for deep frying.

Fourthly, oil should not be seen as a source of vitamins. If any oil naturally contains certain vitamins, consider it as an add-on benefit. Instead, focus on the total UFA i.e PUFA + MUFA content being as high as possible, meaning SFA as low as possible. Higher the value of MUFA, better and safer for regular consumption.

Do not fall for the keywords like – blended, fortified, active etc.. sab moh maya hai, be as cautious as possible.

Hope this helps.

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I think the oil that is used in the “Khayali Pulao” is the best. stuck_out_tongue

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Cold pressed oil which ever is your preference

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Selection of cooking oil really depends on the usage. If you read through those so called ‘subject matter experts’ views on various cooking oil’s, you will not be able to guess which one has health benefits, if at all !!

I suggest to completely avoid few. In my personal opinion, those GMO ones e.g. Canola, those which does not belong to our land e.g. palm/olive etc.
Coconut, Ground nut, Mustard, Sesame, Rice Bran are some of the better ones.

The most important point here is “DO NOT stick to one type or one brand”.

On personal front, we use more ghee than oil.

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averis007 wrote:

I could give you links for hundreds of articles saying the opposite… but instead you can read actual technical papers on rice bran oil
https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/agricultur...

Rice bran oil is good but not what is available in the name of it ….i run 7km daily i can feel the difference oils available in Indian markets are total shit

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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.

That and also back then, when your grandparents consumed mustard oil, it was true mustard oil. Nowadays it’s mustard only in name. Take a sample of that mustard oil sold nowadays and have it tested in a lab, I am pretty confident results will be shocking. One of my relatives who lived in village used mustard oil before bathing, poured on his fingers, and in the end on head too, I was WTF is actually wrong with this man, but that niga was more fit in his late 80s than I have ever been.

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Yes in winters I like to apply little bit of mustard oil on my legs and arms, it prevents skin from drying and keeps the body warm.
Although I avoid applying mustard oil on head, face and stomach.

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garamjalebi wrote:

Rice bran oil is good but not what is available in the name of it ….i run 7km daily i can feel the difference oils available in Indian markets are total shit

you run on oil flushed

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