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Dream About Extracting Oils From Seeds meanings

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Example: Healthy cooking oil that is safe to fry at high temps?

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Sunflower oil

The oil extracted from the seeds of sunflowers is known as sunflower oil. It has a high quantity of vitamin E, which makes it excellent for being used in and cosmetic products. Sunflower oil is a mixture of monounsaturated (MUFA) and polyunsaturated (PUFA) fatty acids. It has a high smoking point, which means that sunflower oil holds onto its nutritional content at higher temperatures, which is probably why this oil is widely used in deep rying chips, samosas and vegetables.

People with diabetes may need to be careful about sunflower oil as it may lead to the possibility of increasing sugar levels.

Coconut Oil

This oil is full of saturated fat. Studies suggest that diets high in coconut oil do raise total blood cholesterol and LDL cholesterol. Coconut oil also seems to raise HDL (good) cholesterol and it has the advantage that it behaves very well at high temperatures.

Groundnut oil

Groundnut oil or peanut oil is got a good combination of fats, and has the good monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and is low in bad saturated fats. It's a good all-purpose oil for cooking and I think it works particularly well for Asian foods that are prepared in the wok.

Mustard oil

Has a near ideal fat composition but not very good as it contains high amounts of erucic acid ranging from 35 to 48%. It is recommended that you don't use mustard oil as the sole cooking medium. It has a high smoking point so it's very good for deep frying.

Canola Oil

A recent entrant into the Indian market, Canola is flying off the shelves. Canola oil, which is made from the crushed seeds of the canola plant, is said to be amongst the healthiest of cooking oils. It has the lowest saturated fat content of any oil. It's seen as a healthy alternative as its rich in monounsaturated fats and is high in Omega 3 and Omega ^ fats. It has a medium smoking point and is an oil that works well for fries, baking, sautéing etc. I use it liberally in Indian food, which it seems to embrace quite well.

Olive Oil

If you use Olive oil regularly, you are consuming monounsaturated fats that will help you lower your risk of heart disease and breast cancer, and that's possibly because of its high monounsaturated fat content, which lowers cholesterol. I find olive oil brilliant for any Mediterranean dish, brilliant with pastas and risottos, and it's my top pick for breakfasts, works like a dream with eggs, pancakes, you name it.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

This oil is a hot favorite, it's derived from the first pressing of olives and if full of antioxidants as well as polyphenyls, that are both considered good for heart health. It's a darker color and has less acidity than olive oil. I use it largely in salads, cold dishes and over pastas.

Example: Is marijuana a harmfull drug?

Absolutly not. Marijuana is not even a drug, it's grown out of the ground and needs sunlight, soil, and water inorder to live. Drugs use a certain substance extracted from a plant, but in order to produce the drug harmful chemicals are used. My knowledge has been expanded since I started smoking. It is physically impossible to become addicted and there has never been an OD from marijuana use. It's actually quite sad that the government is soo afraid of marijuana. Hemp from the marijuana plant can replace cotton, which needs a lot of water to grow healthily. And oils from the cannabis seed can replace the quickly diminishing oil that we are fighting and dieing for in the mid east. Marijuana can be harmful to your lungs, but that is what vaporizers are for. Personally smoking marijuana has no effect on my athletic abilities. It has expanded my mind in ways i couldn't imagine. Please give me feed back on your opinion and thought about marijuana.

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