What are the health effects of using vegetable oils? In general, we consider vegetable oils to be healthier than fats derived from animals. This is largely thanks to the efforts of commercial vegetable oil producers to link the modern problems of cancer and heart disease with animal fat (especially saturated fat) consumption. The truth is somewhat different. Pure vegetable oils, such as olive oil, sunflower oil, sesame oil, soybean oil, peanut oil, palm and coconut oil have been in use for thousand of years, and their benefits as part of a balanced diet are well understood. In order to derive maximum benefits from oil, it is beneficial to consume a mix of oils in order to maintain a balance between the three fatty acids. For instance, blends of rice bran and sunflower oils are the best buys and are suitable for frying. Sesame and Coconut add great flavor. Try our heart healthy cooking oil and soy free cooking oil blends that are delicious and healthy! Combining olive, coconut, sesame, soy and more these oils let you take advantage of the health benefits offered by each oil, while enhancing your dishes.
Soy free oil. Rich in heart–healthy, extra virgin olive oil, sesame oil reduces bad cholesterol and tastes delicious.
Our Coconut Oil is a multi-use oil that is ideal for a number of uses
A healthy and delicious replacement for butter on bread or rolls
Gourmet Drizzle and Dip Oil Blend is perfect for dipping bread, drizzling on pizza or using as dressing on salads. Also great for grilling, baking and roasting.
Virtually odorless; no distinctive smell makes this oil exceptionally attractive because it makes flavors stand out in a finished dish.
Rich in olive oil, sesame and virgin sunflower seed oil with high concentrations of monounsaturated fats
A flavorful, clean and light oil perfect as a culinary ingredient, oil dip and much more!
Extra virgin olive oil has been proven, and is approved by the FDA to reduce weight and help maintain heart health.
One of the highest Omega-3 concentration of any food on Earth!