pea nut oil 1 ltr

Pea Nut Oil 1 Ltr


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Peanut Oil is a finest quality product introduced in India .

With worldwide issues like cardiovascular diseases and diabetes, a simple change like using healthier cooking oil can make a significant difference. It is very low in saturated fats as compared to other cooking oils. It contains linoleic (omega-6) and α-linoleic acid (omega-3) and palmitic acid in healthy proportions. It does not absorb the flavor of other foods cooked in the oil. Therefore, you can cook several different items and each will maintain their own great taste.

Nutrition value:

  • Peanut oil is high in energy; 100 g oil provides 884 calories.
  • It is one of the cooking oils with a high smoke point; 450 °F. The property can be employed in setting oil temperatures while deep-frying food items.
  • Peanut oil has very good lipid profile. It has saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated (SFA: MUFA: PUFA= 18: 49: 33) fats in healthy proportions.
  • It is one of the stable cooking oils; having a long shelf life.

Health benefits of Peanut oil

  • High smoke point: Peanut Oil is high smoke point oil, an ideal choice for deep frying because it can be heated to a higher temperature (smoke point -450 °F). This results in lower oil retention in the fried foods.
  • Heart health: Peanut oil is very high in calories because of the fatty acid content. But, this oil is rich in mono-unsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) that lower “bad cholesterol” and increase “good cholesterol” in the blood. This helps to prevent coronary artery disease and heart attacks by maintaining a healthy blood lipid profile. This is the most popular peanut oil benefit of all.
  • Blood flow: Peanut oil contains linoleic acid that is a precursor of prostaglandins. Prostaglandin is required to carry out many important functions in the body such as the contraction and dilation of blood vessels and other muscles of the body.
  • Cholesterol: Peanut cooking oil should be included in a moderate quantity in your daily diet to maintain proper levels of cholesterol and for heart health. It has highest levels of plant sterols, especially β-sitosterol and campesterols. Phyto-sterols competitively inhibit cholesterol absorption in the gut and thereby can reduce cholesterol levels by 10% to 15%.
  • High blood pressure: Peanut oil contains monounsaturated fats that are useful to lower high blood pressure. This indirectly helps to reduce the risk of heart diseases.
  • Skin care: Peanut oil contains Vitamin E that is excellent for skin protection and better health. This is an orthodox remedy to treat acne. Peanut oil is commonly used for natural skin care and for dry skin.
  • Stomach problems: Peanut oil helps to prevent many disorders of the stomach. This is an excellent remedy to cure disorders like constipation, digestive problems, diarrhea, etc.
  • Strengthen body: Peanut oil is a very rich source of protein. It should be consumed in a moderate amount daily for building muscles and for body strengthening.
  • Aromatherapy: Peanut oil is widely used in aromatherapy, since it has a very light and nutty aroma. This can be used for body massage for a very relaxing and rejuvenating experience.
  • Antidiabetic: Diabetic patients should use peanut oil on a regular basis to improve their body’s insulin level. This oil helps to lower the blood glucose levels to normal and controls the blood sugar level.
  • Hair health: Peanut oil reduces protein loss, thickens the hair, adds moisture to split ends and regenerates damaged hair. It also reduces flaking of the scalp. This is a natural antiseptic to cure dandruff.
  • Antioxidant: Peanut oil contains valuable amounts of anti-oxidant vitamin E powerful lipid soluble antioxidant, required for maintaining the integrity of cell membrane of mucus membranes and skin by protecting it from harmful oxygen-free radicals

Directions for use:

Because of its light flavor, high smoke point, and smooth texture, peanut oil can be used in a number of dishes and cooking methods, like:

  • As a cooking oil for sautéing, stir-frying, grilling, and baking
  • In salad dressings, sauces, and marinades
  • To coat your pans for nonstick baking
  • Instead of solid fats (such as margarine and butter) in recipes