Top 5 Best Cooking Oils for Keto.
Top 5 best cooking oil for keto are:
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Macadamia Nut Oil
Walnut Seed Oil
Today I want to write about which oils you should cook with and which ones you should avoid. This is very important.
Cooking your foods in the wrong oil can lead to substantial inflammation, weight gain and other bad health outcomes.
Now which oils should you use to cook with and which ones should you avoid at all costs.
This is very muddy water because there have been so many billions of dollars spent advertising for certain oils and then there been millions of dollars spent trying to demonize other oils in order to try to make the advertised oil seem even better.
So it's really hard to understand if you just watch TV or you read magazines and then you think you know which oils are healthy but you really do not.
So let's find out about the most healthy oils that you can cook with and eat.
The saturated fats, natural organic if possible, grass-fed if possible, saturated fats and these include butter, lard, coconut oil and to a certain extent avocado oil.
These are full of good saturated fats that are good for your body, they're good for your brain, they will not raise your cholesterol level despite what you've been told 100 times.
When you actually look at the research that's not the case
The average human body makes 3,000 milligrams of cholesterol every day and so eating 10 or 20 or 30 or 40 or 50 milligrams of cholesterol versus your body making 3,000 milligrams of cholesterol. That seems kind of silly to worry about.
Even if it did elevate your cholesterol, which it has been proven not
to, so stop worrying about the cholesterol issue.
What you're trying to tostart to worry about are the inflammatory issue, the weight gain issue and the bad health outcomes issues.
That's what you need to think about. Not raise of my cholesterol. If you're thinking about that, then you're behind. Then you need to do some more reading.
Now another class of oils that are pretty good to cook with are the
monounsaturated fatty acids such as extra virgin olive oil, macadamia nut oil and then also to a certain extent avocado oil, it's kind of a blend.
You can cook with these. These are fine they have good quality fats that feed your body, they feed your cell membranes, they feed your brain tissue and your nerves.
You actually need the fat in saturated fat and in money monounsaturated fatty acids. Another class is the polyunsaturated fatty acids. A good example of this is walnut seed oil. That's also a pretty good oil to cook in.
I write about good to bad. Right, and so the very best you can do is to cook your foods with butter lard, coconut oil, avocado oil that's the best. A little less best olive oil, avocado macadamia nut oil, a little less and then walnut and then everything else.