Cold-pressed oil is an option that frequently strikes our minds when we shop for our monthly groceries. Is it true, or is it just another fad in the world of healthy eating?
Do the health benefits of cold-pressed oil exist? How does regular refined oil differ from cold pressed oil? Cold-pressed oils are obtained from oil seeds like groundnut, sesame, sunflower, coconut, or olives, as opposed to the typical culinary refined oils that we use, that are derived from a variety of sources such as vegetables, fruits, seeds, and even nuts.
Groundnut oil that is derived from groundnuts using a modern electronic cold press equipment or a classic Kachi Ghani.
Let's study the benefits of cold-pressed groundnut oil.
Antioxidants in abundance:
Cold-pressed groundnut oil has a significant amount of vitamin E in it. The daily required amount of vitamin E is contained in about 11% of a tbsp of groundnut oil. A fat-soluble molecule with key physical impacts on the body is vitamin E. The body gains from vit E's strong antioxidative, which guards against the damage that free radicals cause. Many cells are damaged by free radicals, which can lead to chronic illnesses including heart disease and cancer.
As per recent studies, diabetics' blood glucose levels may be reduced by consuming polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fat. Eating foods packed with fat slows down the gastrointestinal process' intake of sugar, which in turn affects blood glucose variations.
The main reason for heart problems in today's societies, cholesterol, is lacking from cold pressed groundnut oil. Reducing the cholesterol issue improves our overall health and avoids issues like cardiovascular and liver disease. The level of cholesterol in our bodies is drastically decreased by the phytosterols present in groundnut oil.
Healthy for Skin:
Applying this topically has great benefits on your skin. Vitamin E level aids in the treatment of skin diseases and the control of aging. By gently applying this and allowing it to sit on dry skin overnight, it provides great nutrition and hydrates the area.
Groundnut oil does have a very high smoking point, making it ideal for high-temperature cooking and deep frying.
Its flavor profile is neutral, making it ideal for a wide range of recipes.
As we are now aware of the benefits and unique features that cold-pressed groundnut oil provides, making decisions is much simpler.
B&B's Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil is produced from the highest quality groundnuts that were picked and sourced directly from small farmers. It is made from 100% natural Kachi Ghani and is cold pressed.