Cooking Tips for Healthy Oils

Cooking Tips for Healthy Oils

Cooking oil is one of the common ingredients that we look at as unhealthy. The misconceptions are linked to overweight and high cholesterol making people more cautious.


At our kitchen, cooking oil is a must-have ingredient and even restaurants are basically using it. In other words, cooking oil will remain part of our daily consumption.


Due to its fat content, medical experts recommend moderation in use. However, there are healthy options to choose from.


Healthy oils like Canola, Corn, Olive, Peanut, Safflower, Soybean, and Sunflower can be used solely or blended. The rule of the thumb in choosing a healthy cooking oil is less than 4 grams of saturated fat or without hydrogenated or trans fats.


You can check the ingredients on the label of the cooking oil before buying. Another top is never buy cooking oil in a refillable bottle that may come from an unknown source. 

In terms of consumption, check the right amount of cooking oil to be used in every recipe. Excessive use can be unhealthy thus, you must watch out for the oil ingredient in your meal plans. 


So, what can you do to maximize the benefits of healthy cooking oils: 

  • Never use it for a deep-frying method of cooking. 
  • Store the cooking oil in a dark, cool place for a longer shelf-life 
  • Do not reuse or reheat the cooking oil. 
  • Prevent the cooking oil reach a level of smoking point.


At Nutricraft, we believe in serving nutritious meals in every cooking regardless of ingredients and method. This is why we developed Titanium-made cookware to help your goals in health and wellness.


The cookware performance of Titanium Stainless Steel (316Ti) relies on the overall design in the form of layered structure from interiors to exteriors. It significantly contributes to the thickness and durability of each cookware piece of Nutricraft.


Cooking healthy oils with Nutricraft would be totally free of toxins. Learn more about the science behind Titanium cookware at Nutricraft Academy. You can also check out our Recipe Hub for free.


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