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Almond Oil

Almond Oil

Regulates Cholesterol, One of the most widely known benefits of almond oil is its ability to regulate cholesterol. Regular consumption of almond oil raises HDL (“good” cholesterol), lowers LDL (“bad” cholesterol) and generally lowers overall cholesterol levels naturally. With high unsaturated fat content and vitamin E, almond oil allows oxygen and nutrients to flow freely through the blood stream.

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Avocado Oil

Avocado Oil

Rich in Oleic Acid, a Very Healthy Fat Almost 70% of avocado oil consists of heart-healthy oleic acid, a monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acid. This fatty acid is also the main component of olive oil, and believed to be partly responsible for its health benefits. Additionally, around 12% of avocado oil is saturated fat and about 13% is polyunsaturated fat.

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Black Caraway Seed oil

Black caraway seed oil is extracted from the seeds of Nigella sativa flower. These black seeds have been used for remedies for thousands of years and has been shown to have many benefits. Black seeds oil has been shown to have antioxidant properties which aid in relieving inflammation inside the body and on the skin. It has many other healing properties such as treating high blood pressure, skin cancer, asthma, candidiasis, reducing high cholesterol and relieving an upset stomach. Besides its healing abilities, it is also used in cooking to add more flavour to the food. Black oil can be used for different skin and hair treatments such as treating acne, hydrating, reducing psoriasis, moisturizing skin and healing wounds and scars.
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Cake Margarine/ margarine

Cake margarine is a type of fat and that acts like butter, making it very a common substitute. It is composed of emulsion of vegetable oils, our margarine contains environmentally and socially sustainable palm oil. Margarine’s key purpose to improve the texture and the taste of baked goods, giving the product a buttery taste. The health benefits of the palm oil we use in our margarine include decreasing cholesterol, protecting against heart disease, and combating vitamin A deficiency.
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Chia Oil

Chia Oil

Improved Brain Function, Omega-3 fats help build brain cell membranes, promote new brain cell formation and reduce overall brain inflammation. This will help to improve your mood and memory and can often protect against certain brain disorders like depression and dementia. Because Organic Chia Seed Oil contains large quantities of Omega-3, it’s the perfect supplement to take daily to experience these brain-boosting benefits.

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Cocoa butter substitute

Cocoa butter is made from the vegetable fat of cocoa beans and has a vast range of uses, from being used in sweets and pastries to creams and lotions. It is mainly utilized for skin health, in order to lessen the appearance of wrinkles and stretch marks, including postpartum stretch marks. As a result of the adipose acids in cocoa butter it helps to keep moisture in the skin as well. Furthermore, the phytochemicals in present in cocoa butter can ameliorate blood flow to the skin and slow skin damage from UV rays. Cocoa Butter can also improve general health, for instance the oleic acids in cocoa butter has been shown to decrease the risk of heart disease. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects that can help with body regulation.
Coconut Oil
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Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is rich in lauric acid which several studies have shown to have antibacterial, antiviral, and antioxidant properties. Recent studies have also provided evidence of coconut oil improving memory and learning by inhibiting inflammasome and reducing oxidative stress.

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Flaxseed Oil

Flaxseed Oil

Flaxseed oil contains 50 percent to 60 percent omega-3 fatty acids in the form of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). With even more anti-inflammatory and disease-preventing ALA than fish oil, many people opt for flaxseed oil benefits over fish oil benefits, especially people who don’t eat meat and people concerned about the possible mercury lurking in some fish oils. Flaxseed oil benefits are extensive, some of the most impressive benefits include: aids in weight loss, relieves constipation and diarrhea, promotes collagen production, helps reduce the appearance of cellulite, reduces eczema and boosts heart health.

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Hazelnut Oil

Hazelnut Oil

The compounds that make up vitamin E consist of two different types of molecule, tocopherols and tocotrienols. Each of those comes in four variants -- alpha, beta, gamma and delta -- each with a slightly different structure. Of the eight, only the alpha-tocopherol version is actively used by the human body. The remainder are filtered out by the liver and excreted in waste products. The alpha-tocopherol form of vitamin E is the one that's predominant in hazelnuts and their oil.

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Hemp Seed

Hemp Seed Oil

Hemp Seed Oil Fights Inflammation, Hemp seed oil is rich in GLA (gamma linoleic acid), which is an omega-6 fat that boosts immunity and fights inflammation. GLA works by promoting the production of prostaglandins, which are hormone-like chemicals that control inflammation. The oil is also a good source of plant-based protein, making it all the more beneficial for inflammatory conditions. Hemp seed oil has also been found to treat multiple sclerosis, which can be caused by inflammation.

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Macadamia Oil

Macadamia Oil

Heart Health, The high oleic acid content in macadamia nut oil (even higher than olive oil) makes it important for rebalancing your cholesterol levels and actually reducing the levels of triglycerides in the blood. Macadamia nut oil has balanced Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids making it optimal for the human body as a source of these fats.

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Olive Oil

Olive Oil

Olive oil is rich in vitamin E, a fat soluble vitamin that supports normal nerve conduction and plays a role in immunity. It is also a good source of vitamin K, which is another fat soluble vitamin that is responsible for blood clotting.