Health Benefits Of Grapeseed Oil

 Watkins Grapeseed Oils From lowering cholesterol to reducing fine lines and wrinkles, it turns out that the oil inside those tiny seeds in grapes has a whole "bunch" of benefits! Top chefs are now cooking with grapeseed oil because of its amazing effect on enhancing the natural flavours of food. The late Master Chef, Jean Louis Palladin, noticed that his customers always felt good after a meal cooked in grapeseed oil. It's one of the few foods known that not only reduces LDL (the bad cholesterol), but raises HDL (the good cholesterol). This helps to keep arteries clear, which may contribute to another benefit of grapeseed oil - its potential to guard against impotence. Grapeseed oil contains a high level of antioxidants, including vitamin E, which makes it not only healthy, but very stable.

Grapeseed Oil Tips

Watkins Grapeseed oil's light neutral flavor won't mask or clash with your other foods. It's high smoke point makes it perfect for your grilling or sauteing as well as for salad dressings. Try the original unflavored version in your baked goods. You don't need to refrigerate grapeseed oil but if chilled it will not cloud up like olive oil. *Note: Grapeseed Oil is no longer availble from Watkins however I thought you might find this information interesting.

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