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The Health Effects of Deep Frying in Peanut Oil

Peanut oil is one of the many vegetable oils used for frying foods in the U.S., the U.K., China and other developed countries. Unl...

Foods Containing Hydrogenated Oils

Hydrogenated oils are vegetable oils that are infused with hydrogen and then compressed, according to the University of Maryland M...

Olive Oil Face Treatment

Olive oil is more than just a healthy food: it's an effective beauty product, too. Women in the Mediterranean region have used it ...

Calorie Count for Olive Oil Vs. Butter

Olive oil and butter are both in the fats group, which the U.S. Department of Agriculture advises to consume "sparingly."...

Calendula Oil for Eczema

The itching and irritation of eczema-prone skin verges on the unbearable. Symptoms include blisters, swelling and redness, patches...

Uses of Virgin Coconut Oil

Virgin coconut oil, cold-pressed from fresh, ripe coconut meat, has the highest saturated fat content of any common food oil, acco...

What Is Cold Pressed Oil?

The oils you use for everyday cooking are extracted from seeds, fruits, vegetables and nuts. From olive oil to sesame oil, the way...

Are Certain Oils Good for Eczema?

Eczema, often known as dermatitis, can be related to allergies, nutrition deficiencies or other medical disorders. The book "Alter...

Hazelnut Oil Uses

Hazelnut oil is a carrier oil made from roasted, pressed hazelnuts. It has a pale yellow color, and absorbs easily into to the ski...

What Is Safflower Oil?

Safflower oil comes from the safflower plant, which is part of the sunflower family. Safflower oil is colorless and odorless. It i...
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