Potential Health Benefits of Essential Fats:
Decreased risk of heart disease, blood clots, tumors and helps balance blood sugar.
Essential fatty acids are specific fats that are critical to the proper function of the body.
Richest source of natural Beta Carotene known – 15 times more than carrots and 600 times more than tomatoes. (see the Attachments tab for research articles on Beta Carotene).
BetaPalm is an excellent source of lycopene, taken for preventing heart disease and tumors of the prostate, breasts, ovaries, lungs, bladder, colon and pancreas.
Dense source of heart-healthy fats, and Tocotrienols (a form of Vitamin E) that is also good for your heart (see the Attachments tab for research articles on Vitamin E and Tocotrienols).
Ideal Cooking Oil
BetaPalm has high heat resistance, and since it holds the heat, it cooks food faster. With rich amounts of beta carotene and tocotrienols, it does not easily oxidize (like olive oil).
What do Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) do?
Help to increase energy, performance and stamina
Support normal cardiovascular function
Help regulate blood pressure
Strengthen the immune system
Improve brain function
Regulate major organs and glands
Alleviate dry and flaky skin, improving appearance and texture
Build healthy bones and joints
Strengthen the bones
Play a vital, structural role in cell membranes
Necessary for the normal function of the immune system
Required for proper brain function and the optimum production of energy
Keep arteries supple
Insulate nerve cells.
Fatty acids are considered to be the building blocks of fats in the same way that amino acids are to proteins.
Politically Correct Nutrition assumes we should reduce intake of saturated fats from animal sources. A fat-free diet has problems like low energy, difficulty concentrating, depression, weight gain and mineral deficiencies…