Jivo Canola oil for Navratri cooking

Enjoy Navratri delicacies guilt-free with healthy cooking oil
 Jivo Canola oil for Navratri cooking
Jivo cold press Canola oilPhoto - Jivo

It's the time of the year once more. The Indian detox season has arrived. Although we know what to avoid while fasting during this auspicious time, it's also important to remember that a healthy lifestyle should continue long after the fasting period has ended. Several foods should not be eaten during the nine-day cycle. Fasting during Navratri is a good way to fast if we stick to non-fried foods at all times. Aside from that, even when breaking our fast, we should not do so suddenly.

The company states that if you are health-conscious, you must try Jivo Canola oil, a leader in the "good oil" industry. It claims to have low saturated oil content (7%), much lower than olive oil (15%), which aids in lowering cholesterol levels and thereby lowering the risk of heart disease. It is said to be flexible because it has a neutral flavor and complements a wide range of cuisines. Chefs are increasingly enamored with this Canadian-made oil, which is made from crushed rapeseeds. Because of its neutral flavor and light texture, canola oil allows the spices to shine.

Canola oil was created in the 1970s by Canadian plant breeders. The anti-nutrients in rapeseed were removed to make the canola oilseed. Canola oil has the least saturated fat (7%) of all popular cooking oils, less than a third of rice bran oil (25%) and nearly half of sunflower (12%), olive (15%), soybean (15%), and groundnut (19%) oils. It also has the most plant-based omega-3 fat of all common cooking oils. It aids in cholesterol reduction and can be helpful to heart patients.

The Jivo Canola Oil has a neutral flavor, a soft texture, and high heat tolerance, making it suitable for almost any culinary use, including Indian cuisine. Since canola oil is rich in mono-unsaturated fatty acids, it aids in the reduction of bad cholesterol (LDL), the increase of good cholesterol (HDL), and the improvement of glycemic control in diabetics.

According to studies, canola oil is rich in all essential fats. It contains no trans-fats and has a low level of erucic and eicosenoic acids. Since it has a high smoking point, the oil can be reused multiple times healthily. Canola oil is also trans-fat-free and, like all vegetable oils, cholesterol-free. It is also a good source of vitamins A, D, E, and K.

During Navratri, you have a very small selection of foods to choose from. Vegetables such as arbi, jimikand, sweet potatoes, raw bananas, bottle gourd, and pumpkin are permitted during Navratri. They can be prepared in a variety of ways, not only as a subzi. Due to its low absorption property, canola oil doesn't get absorbed or stored on the surface of the food item. You can use them to make pakodas and kadhi, or you can cook them and put them in your salad for a snack. Remember to cook them in healthy oil, which is canola oil, it said.

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