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High Oleic Sunflower Oil

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Kaizer High Oleic Sunflower Oil is nothing like your supermarket variety

The high oleic version, extracted from a special variety of sunflower seeds, contains more healthy fats than even the healthiest olive oil. And if this isn’t enough, the mild flavour of Kaizer’s High Oleic Sunflower Oil has an amazing degree of culinary versatility.

Why Kaizer High Oleic Sunflower Oil is the only sunflower you should eat

Refined supermarket sunflower oils oxidise rapidly during cooking. Oils that are oxidised are well-known to cause inflammation throughout your body. Inflammation slowly and steadily erodes your family’s long-term health, which gradually increases the need for frequent medical attention.

Kaizer High Oleic Sunflower Oil comes from a specific variety of sunflower seed with two times the monounsaturated fats (MUFAs, good fats) than the common variety of cooking oil. The MUFAs are particularly resistant to oxidation during cooking.

This property makes it a safer, healthy, and flexible oil for all modes of use: from drizzling to high-heat cooking.

A neutral tasting everyday alternative to olive oil

Kaizer’s High Oleic Sunflower Oil is an excellent replacement for dishes where the olive oil flavour is unwanted. It is therefore a worthy addition in your cooking arsenal. After all, not every dish needs the flavour of olives.

Oleic fatty acids for reviving the ageing brain

Oleic fatty acid plays a role in optimal brain health. A study conducted in Japan among the elderly concluded that: “fat intake, especially oleic acid intake, may be effective for both cognitive and memory functions.”1 In geriatric patients, oleic acid has also been shown to improve energy and appetite.2

Vitamin E in sunflower seed oil

Vitamin E performs several vital functions in your body.3 Our bodies don’t make vitamin E so we must get it from our diet. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that supports your health in a wide variety of ways. One of which is its ability to defend the body from stress, caused by lifestyle, environment, or disruptive events.

Not all forms of vitamin E are alike. The best type of vitamin E is natural d-alpha tocopherol, which is abundant in sunflower oil. Skip vitamin E supplements in pill form. Instead, cook with Kaizer sunflower oil, and fill your daily requirement of the   absorbed vitamin E.4

Type 2 Diabetes and high oleic sunflower oil

Nerve damage in the hands and feet occurs in about 50% of the individuals who have Type 2 Diabetes.5 This condition can cause substantial suffering. Vitamin E has been shown to improve nerve conduction and could be an effective supplementary treatment for individuals with mild or severe neuropathy.6

In addition, oleic fatty acid positively impacts the severity of Type 2 Diabetes. The Mediterranean diet, which is high in oleic fatty acid, has been shown to improve insulin sensitivity. Kaizer High Oleic Sunflower oil may improve fasting glucose and A1C levels.7

Your body tells you when it needs sunflower oil

Sunflower oil can help if you or a loved one are experiencing one or more of the following symptoms:

Hair loss

  • Dry and brittle nails
  • Dry, cracking, or itchy skin
  • Dry eyes 8

Cooking ideas with healthy high oleic sunflower oil

When you cook with Kaizer’s mild tasting sunflower oil, other food flavours and aromas get the spotlight. The sunny flavour is superb in salad dressings, marinades, and sauces. Kaizer High Oleic Sunflower Oil is safe for high heat cooking such as deep frying, grilling, and stir frying. Sear your meats in a protective coating of sunflower oil to keep them moist and juicy. High oleic sunflower oil is an ideal choice for preparing all savoury meals:

  • Vegetables
  • Meats
  • Fishes
  • Rice

It is also an all-natural butter substitute for baking. Add in your cookies, cakes, brownies, bread, and pastries.  Every moist bite will be a bit healthier than butter.

Suggested use

Temperature: Sunflower oil has a high smoke point at 230°C. It is suitable for all modes of cooking including at high heat.

Storage: Store in a cool, dark place

Shelf Life: Opened: best used within 6 months. Unopened: 24-month shelf life.

The science behind sunflower for your health

1 Keisuke Sakurai, Chutong Shen, Izumi Shiraishi, Noriko Inamura, and Tasuhiro Hisatsune, Consumption of Oleic Acid on the Preservation of Cognitive Functions in Japanese Elderly Individuals, Nutrients. 2021, Jan. https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/13/2/284

2 Gerd Faxen-Irving and Tommy Cederholm, Energy Dense Oleic Acid Rich Formula to Newly Admitted Geriatric Patients – Feasibility and Effects on Energy Intake, Clinical Nutrition. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0261561410001597.

3 Human Vitamin and Mineral Requirements, World Health Organization, 2002. http://www.fao.org/3/y2809e/y2809e0f.htm#bm15.1.

4 Maret G Traber and Jeffrey Atkinson, Vitamin E, Antioxidant and Nothing More, Free Radical Biology and Medicine. 2007, Jun. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2040110/

5 Yeek Tat Ng et al, The Effects of Tocotrienol-Rich Vitamin E (Tocovid) on Diabetic Neuropathy: A Phase II Randomized Controlled Trial, Nutrients. 2020, May. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7284602/

6 Anthonia Okeoghene Ogbera, Emmanuel Ezeobi, Chioma Unachukwu, and Olajumoke Oshinaike, Treatment of diabetes mellitus-associated neuropathy with vitamin E and Eve primrose, Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism. 2014, Nov-Dec. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4192992/

7 M Ryan, D McInerney, D Owens, P Collins, A Johnson, and G H Tomkin, Diabetes and the Mediterranean diet: a beneficial effect of oleic acid on insulin sensitivity, adipocyte glucose transport and endothelium‐dependant vasoreactivity  QJM, An International Journal of Medicine. 2000, Feb. https://academic.oup.com/qjmed/article/93/2/85/1517901

8 Written by Dr. Alex Richardson and Marion Ross, Physical Signs of Fatty Acid Deficiency, University Laboratory of Physicology, Oxford University. https://www.fabresearch.org/uploads/itemUploads/6698/FACTSHEET%20002-PFADS%202003-11.pdf