Biological oils cold-pressing

Human food fats and oils with no biological
Handling of edible oils
Cold-pressed oils and biological. Nutrients

Human food fats and oils with no biological
The modern diet is increasingly leading to the introduction into the human food of animal fats and hydrogenated oils (hardened) chemically, motivated all for reasons of economy and comfort. This has resulted in a more or less complete abandonment of vegetable oils, which has led to the emergence of serious diseases of mankind, often without being seen as directly linked to the substitution. This has made it increasingly necessary to pay more attention to how to proceed to implement a healthier feeding on fatty substances.

It has been shown that the fat needs of an adult are approximately 50 to 80 g. day. These needs are generally covered today by the consumption within the diet, butter, meat fat, vegetable fat consistently (hydrogenated olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil) and margarine, which are all from the chemical point of view highly saturated and therefore very difficult to transform into metabolic processes, and therefore, to assimilate. Ingestion of these products carries the risk of leaving deposited in the lower layers of the skin as a body fat reserves, which represents an increase of skin thickness and consequently obesity originates.

In every other oil change fluids, considered from the viewpoint of the chemical formula of fatty acids that compose them, are more or less unsaturated, ie, they are easier to attack and transform by digestive juices than fat above , which are almost saturated, provided that the manipulation and purification have not undergone significant chemical activities.

Handling of edible oils
For this reason, the common edible oils on the market that can not be considered either as natural products, yet its dietary value. For while it is true that are odorless and tasteless and look attractive from the point of view, this is achieved based

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