The ‘Rite’ Oils For Frying

Do you love eating fried foods? But, you’re keeping a watchful eye on what you eat?

The key to being able to reduce calories, will depend on the oils you choose to fry your meals. By knowing some alternatives, you may enjoy frying foods even more!

Olive Oil

Olive Oil lowers bad cholesterol levels in our blood. It’s rich in mono-unsaturated fats. Being sure to add good fats to your diet is important; and can make you feel your best. This is an ideal choice when making healthy changes to your diet.

Coconut Oil

Mainly a saturated fat, Coconut Oil is able to withstand higher temperatures than other oils. It’s considered one of the Best oils for cooking.

Frying your foods in coconut oil will bring great taste, without the unwanted calories that are in many of the other oils. There is also additional benefits of improved health and better skin!

Canola Oil

Canola Oil has the lowest levels of ‘Bad’ fats – lowest saturated fat level of all vegetable oils.

Sunflower Oil

Sunflower Oil is from an oily type of sunflower seeds. Has more Vitamin E than any other vegetable oil. It’s light in taste and appearance.

Safflower Oil

Safflower Oil is referred to as “The Healthy Cooking Oil” with a neutral flavor. It’s a rich source of unsaturated fatty acids and suitable for high heat.

Taking the time to learn how to fry your foods, is a wonderful way of reducing calories permanently in your diet!

 

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