one assault, Vs Olive Oil Coconut Oil
In this article you will find the main differences between coconut oil and olive oil, and various sources, so that once and for all let's debunking myths and clichés.
Paleo Movement growth1 and an increased focus on environmentally sustainable products has enriched the choices in the supermarket aisles. Alaceite olive has been joined on the shelves newcomers oils,including avocado, safflower, palma, coconut and canola. In this series we will approach each, looking the main differences between them and olive oil. But today we look at the oil that has generated more controversy than all other newcomers together: Coconut oil.
Proponents of coconut oil have extolled the benefits, including cardiovascular and weight control and all this attention can make the difficult decision to end: What is really good for you? How humble and centenary olive oil accumulates?
os coconut oil advocates have extolled the benefits, including cardiovascular and weight control and all this attention can make the difficult decision to end: What is really good for you? How humble and centenary olive oil accumulates?Rumiemos fats (mono and saturated) a little:
- calorically speaking, olive oil and coconut oil are very similar, with 119 calories in one tablespoon olive oil and 120 a coconut oil. TIE
- In the kitchen, Both oils put up the stake. Although having relatively lower smoke point, Recent research has found that both behave better in terms of stability and security in high temperatures, with a slight advantage in olive. ADVANTAGE IN LIGHT OLIVE
- Monounsaturated fats lower LDL cholesterol (And do not contribute to the oxidation of LDL cholesterol) especially improving cardiovascular health. Tablespoon olive oil contains 11 grams of monounsaturated fatty acids3, compared to coconut contains only 8 grams. Looking otherwise, olive oil has more than 10 times the amount of good fats that coconut oil. WINNER, THE OLIVE OIL
- Saturated fats can raise LDL cholesterol and according to recent meta-analysis of twenty studies4 different can result in a greater risk factor for heart disease. It is better to consume them in moderation and dietary5 the American Heart Association recommends that you should consume 10% or less of your daily calories from this group. For an average adult, consume 2,000 calories per day, what comes to be about twenty (20) grams. A (1) tablespoon olive oil contains a (1) gram saturated fat while coconut oil contains twelve (12) grams. A single tablespoon of coconut oil contains about half the daily recommended amount of saturated fat. WINNER, THE OLIVE OIL.
- The number of studies on the health benefits of olive oil is extensive. There have been thousands of studies covering many of the past forty (40) years. Mainly, Long-term studies have been focused to test the effectiveness of olive oil in improving cardiovascular health, Cancer, joint mobility, metabolism,, cognitive empowered and more. While there is a growing collection of studies on the effectiveness of coconut oil consumption, which it is much more limited. Without them, the benefits of coconut oil consumption in the long run are not yet clear. WINNER, THE OLIVE OIL
- Both of them, the coconut and olive. They contain phenolic compounds that help lower bad cholesterol, promote heart health and provide monounsaturated fats needed for a healthy diet, but the olive contributes exponentially higher levels of these nutrients.
WINNER, THE OLIVE OIL.
- From a culinary point of view ambis can be delicious, but the olive tends to enhance the flavors of the foods you cook, while coconut alter the taste, making the olive a more versatile option for your pantry. WINNER, THE OLIVE OIL
"The number of studies on the health benefits of olive oil is extensive. There have been thousands of studies covering many of the past forty (40) years"
nutritionally speaking, olive oil appears to be a clear winner. And it seems that after a few years of growth of coconut oil, consumers are weighing their decision: Coconut oil dropped 30% in the last two years. 2
FINAL WINNER: THE OLIVE OIL
In English. Original article
Author: North American Olive Oil Association