Switch to Cold Pressed Oils for Amazing Health Benefits

Switch to Cold Pressed Oils for Amazing Health Benefits - Sarvashuddhi

Before Said Refined Oils We Were Traditionally Using Cold Pressed Oils in Our Original Terms, “ Chekku Ennai/ Ghani Tel”. No Heat Or Minimum Heat Was Used For Crushing/ Pressing The Seeds And The Process Of Product Was Simple Without The Addition Of Any Detergent. The End Product, Thereby Was Qualitative With Nutrients Complete- Making It Ideal For Cooking

Benefits Of Organic Cold-pressed Oils

  • Unprocessed - No added preservatives and chemicals
  • Absolutely free of pesticides (which are arguably carcinogenic)
  • High in Vitamin E and micro nutrients that are vital for our holistic well-being.
  • Completely free from Trans-fat.
  • As it is manually filtered, it is more viscous and retains the flavour fully.  This helps in lesser consumption (atleast by 20%) of oil as compared to the industrially processed refined oil. 

Every oil has its own nutrient profile - as different varieties offer different benefits and possess key role to play in terms of health. The best way to derive the benefits is to use combination of oils depending on the foods that is consumed  

Sesame oil –contains sesamol, which helps in absorption of vitamin E. Sesamol is also an effective anti-oxidant and anti-fungal. Sesame oil is rich in Vitamin B 12, Vitamin B 6, has strong taste and is used in small amounts, best suited for daily cooking- goes ideal with idli podi.

Coconut oil – Cold pressed coconut oil retains cocositol, (a naturally occurring plant alcohol found in abundant quantities in coconut) to a significantly greater extent when compared to the industrial method. Cocositol blocks the development of amyloid-beta plaques in the brain. (The formation of these a-beta plaques is one of the key causes of memory deficiency and Alzheimer’s disease). Cocositol is helpful in generation of new neuron cells as well. Hence it is quite beneficial for people with neurological diseases like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.