There are various oils available for cooking. Various oils are available like peanut, sunflower, safflower, coconut, sesame, olive oil. Each of these oils has a different taste, smell and nutrients. Sesame oil is one of the best oils for Indian cooking. This oil is not only rich in vitamins and minerals but also polyunsaturated (PUFA). 40-45 percent edible oil can be obtained from sesame seeds. That is why sesame is called the queen of the oil seeds. Not only for cooking, let’s find out what are the many benefits of sesame oil.
Sesame oil is a good nutritional food with bioactive nutrients like poly unsaturated fatty acids, sesemin, sisamoline. Moreover, Sesame Nuno contains Vitamin K, Omega – 3 Fatty acids also contain micronutrients like lecithin 2.
- It acts as an antioxidant.
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- Sesame oil has anti-inflammatory properties.
- Dissolves blood clots in blood vessels.
- Also acts as an anti-bacterial.
- Controls BP.
Uses of olive oil
- Can be used for cooking.
- Oil of olive oil can also be used for seasoning in the preparation of sauces and salads.
- You can take small amounts of castor oil directly. However, the advice of medical experts must be taken regarding the quantity to be taken.
Are there any side effects?
There is still a lot of research to be done on the side effects it has on the human body. If you notice any slight difference after starting to take sesame oil, it is better to consult your doctor immediately. Before starting to use sesame oil, it is good to know the possible side effects.
There is not enough information available about the effect of sesame oil on pregnant women and lactating mothers. Generally, pregnant women are advised not to use sesame oil. Lactating mothers should also use it after expert advice in this regard.
Older people should also take it in limited doses. Taking too much can have any side effects. Those who want to use sesame oil expecting any special health benefit should definitely take expert advice.
In lab studies, it has been observed that sesame oil reacts with a kind of drug metabolizing enzyme in the human body. This enzyme is called P450. A lot of experiments related to this are yet to be done. People who are taking medicines should not use this oil.
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