As gatekeepers of your family’s health, you probably think carefully about the kind of nutrition your loved ones get, avoiding anything unhealthy. In this context, fats and oils more often than not get a bad rap.
However, not all fats are bad. Young children actually need a certain amount of saturated fat and cholesterol to maintain healthy tissues and cell membranes. In fact, doctors recommend not holding back on the fats until your child is two years old.
When it comes to the health of your loved ones, health advocates say that the replacement of "bad fats", like trans fats, with "good fats" such as monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, can actually be good for health.
The question now is: how do you choose the best cooking oils for your family among the dizzying array of options present in supermarkets? With the help of this guide, of course! Keep clicking next to find out what these oils are.