I just read an article on Everyday Health and it was on healthy cooking oils. I was a bit unhappy with it, and found it a little out of touch. I have done a lot of research on oils and of course there are always two (or more) camps on things. But I was surprised at some of the oils they said were good and one they said was bad.
Here is the article: http://www.everydayhealth.com/healthy-recipes...
And here are their recommendations, but I will say I do not agree 100%
Start your cooking oil selection with plant-based oils like:
Next choose from a variety of seed- and nut-based oils, many of which make tasty bases for salad dressings and marinades, including:
Cut Back on Unhealthy Cooking Oils
Some oils contain higher levels of saturated fat, which is considered the "bad" or unhealthy fat because it can clog arteries and lead to high cholesterol levels and increased risk of heart disease.
Avoid these oil varieties, some of which are so high in saturated fat that they have more of it than some meat sources:
Palm kernel oil
What do you guys think? What oils do you cook with and why?
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