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The Ultimate Guide to Healthy Cooking Oils. Take Your Pick!

What is the healthiest oil to cook your food is a question you’ve probably asked yourself or been asked by someone else several times. With the aisles of grocery stores occupied by bottles of soy or sunflower oil, picking an healthy alternative becomes a tough task. Therefore, in the following paragraphs, we have listed some healthy cooking oils that must find a permanent place in your kitchen closet.

Olive Oil- No, you do not have to be the chef of a five-star kitchen to use olive oil. Indeed, they are expensive, but that is a compromise you can make for your health. Rich in vitamin E, olive oil has anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties. Olive oil also contains oleuropein and oleocanthal, which prevent obesity, type 2 diabetes, and bad cholesterol.

Avocado Oil- Avocado oil is a little hard to come by in India but is available on plenty of e-commerce platforms. Healthy monosaturated fat is the highest in avocado oil, which makes it great for your eyes. It also contains lutein, which decreases the risk of macular degeneration and cataracts and protects you from UV rays.

Sesame Oil- Sesame oil contains sesamol and sesaminol, which reduce the damage to cells caused by free radicals. It is rich in omega-6 fatty acids, which prevent numerous heart diseases. Furthermore, tyrosine in sesame oil helps to battle depression and stress. Antioxidants in sesame oil are also great for skincare routines.

Chia Oil- While chai seeds are easily available in India, finding chia oil for everyday cooking could be tough. It is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 and has multiple health benefits. It protects the skin from premature ageing and replenishes skin moisture. Omega-3 is good for your heart and reduces the risk of stroke, Alzheimer’s, and depression.

Peanut Oil- Economical compared to the above-mentioned cooking oils, peanut oil gives you acne-free skin, has healthy cholesterol, which is good for the heart, and has anti-inflammatory agents that prevent arthritis. It also boosts your metabolism and helps you lose weight. However, note that many people are allergic to peanuts.

Mustard Oil- Mustard oil is the most common type of cooking oil found in the kitchen of nearly every Indian household. Mustard oil defends against various types of bacterial and fungal infections. It improves our digestive system and increases our appetite, which is great for someone who is underweight. Several studies also indicate that mustard oil can reduce stomach and colon cancer.

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