The trend of using cooking oil in developed countries

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The trend of using cooking oil in developed countries

In advanced countries, having a keen awareness of health issues, rice oils have long become familiar and indispensable in every meal as well as in daily life thanks to the excellent source of nutrients that it brings.

Edible oils are popular in the developed world
With the increasing demand of consumers, not only food but also daily ingredients must also provide valuable nutrients from nature to the body.
In advanced countries, people are very aware of the health problem, rice oil (vegetable oil extracted from rice bran bran) has long been an indispensable raw material. Great source of nutrients that it brings.
Even more research has documented the use of rice oils and the shift towards using edible oils.
In Japan, the rice oil is known as "heart oil" and is officially used in the school system from kindergarten to high school to prepare food for students. In Europe and America, rice oil is considered one of the best oils for health.
In India and Thailand, rice oil is a high quality food because of its remarkable nutritional benefits and is effective in improving the beauty of women. Rice oil is also widely used in New Zealand, Australia, Korea, ...
The use of rice oil for health
Protection of cardiovascular health
National Institute of Health (NIH), American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AJCN), one of the prestigious American Journal of Gastroenterology, the American Heart Association (AHA) Rice oil helps reduce LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol). While some studies have shown it increases HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol).

Cholesterol in the fatty group, transported in the blood by association with lipoprotein. In cholesterol metabolism, high density lipoprotein, called HDL or "good cholesterol", helps transport excess cholesterol from the cells back to the liver for recycling or excretion.
According to Eleanor Whitney and Sharon Rolfes, author of Understanding Nutrition: "The higher the HDL cholesterol level, the better your body is able to control cholesterol and reduce the risk of disease. Heart".
In contrast, low density lipoprotein (LDL) or "bad cholesterol" carries cholesterol to every cell in the body. If LDL is elevated, excess fluid will build up inside the arteries, causing narrowing of the arteries and causing serious complications such as myocardial infarction, stroke.
Plentiful Gamma-Oryzanol has helped rice oil make that miracle. Gamma-Oryzanol prevents the intestine from absorbing bad cholesterol from food.
At the same time, with the ability to resist cell oxidation (up to 4 times higher than vitamin E), this rare nutrient protects cardiovascular health, slows down the aging process, prevents age disease. aging (memory loss, Alzheimer ...).
As a result, many cardiologists recommend using diet oil as a natural remedy to help regulate cholesterol levels and prevent cardiovascular disease.
"Free radical", slow down the aging process
Rice oil is one of the highest levels of natural antioxidant oils. Gamma-Oryzanol in rice bran oil is four times more powerful than vitamin E in inhibiting free radicals - the main cause of aging and more than 60 different diseases such as cardiovascular disease, memory loss, Alzheimer's disease.
In addition, vitamin E in rice oil containing Tocopherols & especially Tocotrienols is difficult to find in nature but is abundant in rice oil. Along with vitamin E, 27 types of phytosterols not only contribute to lowering blood cholesterol and cardiovascular risk, but are also effective in fighting free radicals, slowing down the aging process.
The ingredients are safe and nutritious
It is one of the most durable, heat-resistant, rice-based oils that meet all cooking needs and is very safe to cook with high-temperature frying. The food is kept nutritious, taste delicious and especially not afraid of fire.