Grapeseed Oil

The oil is used in salad dressing and sometimes in place of olive oil for cooking but has many properties that stimulate good health as well.

Grapeseed oil contains antioxidants that help counteract conditions like heart attacks and arthritis. When grapeseed oil is consumed it helps control blood sugar and actually increases antioxidants which prevents damage to healthy cells in the body. Also studies conducted with hypertension patients showed their blood pressure was lowered when replacing other oils they consumed in their diet with grapeseed oil.

The linoleic acid in sesame oil gives it anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. This helps generate the production of antibodies and and enhances immunity. It also helps promote better circulation for the removal of toxins. Grapeseed oil has long been used as a laxative as well as a remedy for headaches. It can treat dizziness and blurred vision as well.

Sunflower Oil

With sunflower oil there are many therapeutic benefits to adding it to your diet. For instance, sunflower oil has selenium, which is important for lowering the chance of developing cardiac problems. Another advantage to having higher levels of selenium in your body is helping to reduce the risks of lung and skin cancer.

Vitamin B is prevalent in sunflower oil which is good for producing energy as well as for maintaining a healthy nervous and digestive system. It also helps you maintain your immune system since it contains zinc.

Other ailments that sunflower oil can alleviate include arthritis and colon cancer. The oil has Vitamin E, or tocopherols, that neutralize free radicals in the body that are responsible for causing cancerous cells to develop.

Avocado Oil

There are powerful antioxidant properties in avocado oil due to the presence of Vitamin E, Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. This combination allows the oil to be a defense against ailments such as the growth of tumors in colon and breast cancer. In can also aid in preventing skin and prostate cancer.

This oil can also help protect your blood vessels by removing free radicals and cholesterol deposits. This helps to keep your blood vessels clear and flexible to be able to handle changes in blood pressure.

Avocado oil also contains oleic acid which increases the amount of good cholesterol in the body when consumed, so it reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. When used in cooking it helps to manage glucose levels so it helps against the development of diabetes.