The healthiest oils in the world

Avocado Oil 
Creamy taste and rich in unsaturated fatty acids, this oil is one of the healthiest oils you can use in preparing meals. It is an excellent source of lutein, a powerful antioxidant that protects the health of eyes and reduces the risk of eye diseases. 
You can use it to prepare food at high temperatures. Great for the grill or frying pan. You can use it as a topping for salads, soups addition, bread or even fruit salads. 

Cannabis oil 
It is an excellent source of essential fatty acids and omega 3 fatty acids, which can significantly reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease. It also contains omega-6 fatty acids that make your skin brighter and softer. 
It's not good for cooking at high temperatures, so use it to make toppings for salads or soups, everywhere you would use extra virgin olive oil. 

Hazelnut oil 
It is rich in unsaturated fatty acids. Once you open it, store it in the refrigerator to retain flavor and medicinal properties. You should keep in mind that you have to spend it in a period of 3-6 months. 
It is great for seasoning of rice, oatmeals and quinoa. Mix it with lemon juice and pour over cooked pasta, baked or cooked vegetables. It's also good with desserts, especially ice creams. 

Grapes oil 
It has light flavor, it is an excellent source of vitamin E and oleic acid, which reduces the risk of heart attack by 73%. 
Neutral flavor of this oil makes it excellent in preparing vegetables, making mayonnaise and creamy dressings. Also it can be used as substitute in most of the recipes. 

Almond oil 
It has a mild nutty flavor. It is an excellent source of unsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E, and studies have shown that effectively regulates cholesterol levels in the blood. You can use it in cooking at low temperatures. 
Add it to your desserts, morning cereals or use it for preparing the chicken. Goes well with pasta, soups and salads. 

Red palm oil 
This oil is an excellent source of antioxidants, including vitamin E and beta carotene. Studies have shown that it protects against heart disease and protects the health of eyes. 
You can use it in cooking at high temperatures, so it's great as a substitute for butter. Creamy flavor of this oil gets on well with curry, rice, fish, sauces and various vegetables.


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