Olive oil, grapeseed oil, ground
nut oil, peanut oil, flaxseed oil, sesame oil, canola oil and
corn oil are rich in oleic acid, monounsaturated fatty acid,
which is very important for the formation of brain cells and
the right function of your nervous system. Olive oil is great
in lowering bad cholesterol and prevents and treats
All vegetable oils, except peanut
oil, are recommended if you have high blood pressure, diabetes
and small stones in your bile duct.
Your daily dose of vegetable
oil should be 3-4 table spoons. Use it in salads or vegetable
sides. Do not eat just one kind of oil or substitute all fat
in your diet for only vegetable oils because your body needs
different fats. But if you want to feel healthy and happy, vegetable
oils should still predominate.
Before using it, make sure your
vegetable oil did not turn rancid because it will lose all its
healthy benefits and promote bad cholesterol. Keep the oil in
your refrigerator or in a dark place because healthy substances
and vitamins can be destroyed by light.
Try these great home remedies:
If you have a cold or cough,
mix 1 table spoon of vegetable oil, 1 table spoon of honey and
1 table spoon of cognac or vodka. Heat the mix in a steam bath,
then drink it and go to bed right away.
If you are constipated, mix
1 glass of yogurt with 2-4 tea spoons of vegetable oil and drink
slowly before you go to bed.
If you are concerned about cellulite,
mix any vegetable oil with ginger powder and rub the mix into
your problem zone. This will improve blood circulation and your
metabolism. Do not forget to wash your hands after the massage.