Are you using the Oils Correctly?

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With so many brands available, we are always in a dilemma, which are the Best oils to be used?

 

Unrefined oils or Cold Pressed are best. They have nutrients intact & are rich in omegas naturally.

No Chemicals!! No Additives!! No Preservatives!!

 

 

This Oils could be used respectively:

For Cooking:
For Indian style cooking the oil used should have high Smoke Point. Smoke Point is the temperature zone at which the oil starts to break down and give off acrid and sometimes toxic fumes. In India the cooking is done at high temperatures, thus the oils used should have a high smoke point.

  1. Black Mustard Oil(254°C /489°F )
  2. Yellow Mustard Oil(254°C /489°F )
  3. Coconut Oil(177°C /350°F )
  4. Peanut Oil(160°C /320°F )
  5. Sesame Oil(177°C /350°F )

For Salad Dressing:
The Oil used for dressing should be rich in omega & Vitamins, simultaneously should have good flavour.

  1. Yellow Mustard Oil
  2. Olive oil
  3. Almond Oil
  4. Walnut Oil
  5. Apricot Seed Oil
  6. Flax Seed/Lin Seed Oil

For adding from top to cooked food (Dal, Khichadi, Soups, Roti):
Same as above should be rich in omega & Vitamins, simultaneously should have good flavour.

  1. Yellow Mustard Oil
  2. Olive oil
  3. Almond Oil
  4. Walnut Oil
  5. Apricot Seed Oil
  6. Flax Seed/Lin Seed Oil

 

For Direct Consumption:
Should be rich in omega & Vitamins, simultaneously should have good flavour.

  1. Almond Oil
  2. Walnut Oil
  3. Apricot Seed Oil
  4. Flax Seed/Lin Seed Oil
  5. Coconut Oil
  6. Sesame Oil

For Massages:
Should have high density and Vitamins. Should be nourishing and easily absorbed by the body.

  1. Almond Oil-For Face
  2. Walnut Oil-For Face
  3. Apricot Seed Oil-For Face
  4. Flax Seed/Lin Seed Oil-For Joints
  5. Coconut Oil- For the Whole Body
  6. Sesame Oil-For Joints
  7. Mustard Oil- Joints & Whole Body(Except Face)

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