Which cooking oil is healthiest?

The grocery shop may have oil down the aisle, but how do you choose the healthiest bottle? Abbey Sharp, a qualified dietician, believes the solution is complicated.

 All of those fatty acids have distinct advantages and jobs in the body, therefore the healthiest diet includes a range of fats.

Sharp likes flax seed oil because it's high in omega-3s, but its low smoke point makes it hard to cook with. Sharp prefers avocado and olive oils for cooking.

Like Save And Share

The four primary fats in oils and meals are:

Trans fat: Usually partly hydrogenated oil, increases heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes risk.

Saturated fat, found in beef, butter, and coconut oil, has been called "bad," but new research have cast doubt on its relation to cardiovascular disease.

Classic chocolate cake is essential to any cake recipe list. Chocolate lovers will appreciate this rich, moist cake, which goes well with a variety of frostings and fillings. This cake is delicious with chocolate buttercream or ganache.

For More Stories