It Is Still a Fat

Consumer Voice - - Soyabean Oils -

Soy­abean oil is ex­tracted from soy­beans and is a good source of healthy fats, in­clud­ing omega-3 fatty acids and polyun­sat­u­rated fats. While th­ese types of fats may have sev­eral health ben­e­fits, soy­bean oil is still pure fat, which means that eat­ing too much of it can be detri­men­tal for your over­all health. When eaten in mod­er­a­tion and in place of un­healthy fats, such as lard, soy­abean oil can be a healthy ad­di­tion to your diet. Polyun­sat­u­rated fats are con­sid­ered healthy for you, es­pe­cially when they are eaten in place of sat­u­rated and trans fats, as they may help lower your bad choles­terol lev­els. Omega-3 fatty acids lower in­flam­ma­tion and re­duce your risk of arthri­tis and heart dis­ease, as well as pro­mote brain health and gen­eral cog­ni­tive func­tion. Source:

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