Celebrity chefs understand and rave about the delicious ﬂavour and outstanding health beneﬁts of rapeseed oil and have helped to make it the latest must-have product in every cook’s pantry.
Boasting the lowest saturated fat content of any culinary oil and 50% less than olive oil, it’s a great source of essential Omega 3,6,9, and antioxidant vitamin E.
Why Rapeseed Oil is the healthier, tastiest choice
Rapeseed Oil has the lowest saturated fat of any culinary oil and less than half that of Olive Oil. In recent years Mediterranean produced Olive Oil has tended to overtake sunflower and vegetable oils in popularity and has been perceived as a healthy alternative. However Rapeseed Oil in fact naturally replicates a diet of low saturated fat found in olive oil and good essential omega oils normally obtained from fish.
The health conscious French nation discovered Rapeseed Oil generations ago and the product is commonplace on supermarket shelves in that country.
Despite ongoing campaigning and media coverage about the dangers of overeating we still as a nation consume too much saturated fat which can lead to symptoms such as obesity, high cholesterol, diabetes and heart disease. Rapeseed Oil has been shown to help reduce such symptoms when it is combined into a balanced diet.
The health benefits of Rapeseed Oil
- Contains the lowest saturated fat content of any oil – less than half that of Olive Oil.
- It’s a great source of Omega 3,6,9 with10 times more Omega 3 than Olive Oil.
- It is a good source of antioxidant Vitamin E.
- High in monounsaturated fats.
- Contains no artificial preservatives and is trans-fat and GM free.
- It is suitable for a variety of diets – vegetarian, gluten-free, Kosher and Halal.
- It is safe to cook at high temperatures with a burning point of 230c much higher than Olive Oil.
Did you know that Extra Virgin Rapeseed Oil can be used like every other cooking oil? (sunflower, olive and vegetable oils).
- Frying and deep fat frying
- Sauces e.g Mayonnaise and Salad Dressing.