You Should Continue Adding Seed Oil Into Your Diet. Here’s Why.

Vegetable oils are some of the most widely consumed cooking oils in the U.S., and they play an important role in providing our bodies with energy and essential fatty acids.

Seed oils are a subset of vegetable oils and are an ingredient in many common foods. They positively contribute to overall health with their unsaturated fat profile and provide key functionality in the preparation of many food products. In the last few years, conversation around seed oils has increased. While there is some concern around the negative impact they might have, these concerns are largely unfounded, as the desirable fat profile found in seed oils offer a variety of health benefits.

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