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Rice Bran Oil Benefits

July 25th, 2016

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Rice bran oil  probably needs no introduction,it’s the oil extracted from the inner husk of rice, and is used for cooking and frying in many countries around the world.

But what is it that makes rice bran oil so popular? Well, it’s the amazing health benefits that it carries that makes it stand out from other ‘healthy’ foods. Here we’ve put down a comprehensive list of the health benefits rice bran oil offers. Read on…

Cholesterol busting power: The cholesterol-busting properties of rice bran oil are well-known, and a study also revealed that rice bran oil was effective in decreasing total cholesterol for up to 42% and LDL cholesterol for up to 62%.

Cancer protection: Yes, you read that right. Just changing your cooking oil can help keep you away from cancer. Rice bran oil is a rich source of tocopherols and tocotrienols, both of which are anti-mutagenic in nature. These substances help prevent cancer caused by free radicals.

Better cardiovascular health: Thanks to the oil-laden foods that we all consume on a daily basis, heart diseases have become common. Rice bran oil, on the other hand, contains oryzanol, which helps reduce blood cholesterol levels, blood clotting and thereby prevents many heart diseases like congestive heart failure, heart attack etc.

Improved skin health: Squalene, a compound present in rice bran oil, works wonders in improving skin health. It acts like a natural moisturizer, prevents the formation of wrinkles and delays skin ageing. It also protects the skin from sun damage and helps improve healthy skin tone.

Immunity boost: Thanks to its high antioxidant content, rice bran oil can act as an effective immune system booster. Regular consumption of foods cooked in rice bran oil helps the body fight free radicals and improves its ability to fight against diseases.

Endocrine power: The vitamin E content in rice bran oil is believed to work wonders in improving endocrine system function by balancing hormonal release.
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