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    Red Palm Oil and Tocotrienols Reverse Atherosclerosis

    Palm oil antioxidant effects in patients with hyperlipidaemia
    and carotid stenosis - 2 year experience


    http://apjcn.nhri.or....1/kooyenga.htm



    Red Palm Oil in Experimental Atherosclerosis

    http://apjcn.nhri.or...11sup5/S433.pdf



    " Red Palm Oil - Ancient Healing Power "

    http://www.thebetter...alm-Oil_02.html



    " Reversing Arteriosclerosis with Tocotrienols "

    http://www.drpasswat...bierenbaum.html




    Tocopherols and tocotrienols plasma levels are associated with cognitive impairment.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm....ubmed/22192241/

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    Tocotrienols Are Potent Cancer Fighters

    Tocotrienol as a potential anticancer agent.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm....ubmed/22095072/


    Prostate cancer.


    γ-Tocotrienol induces growth arrest through a novel pathway with TGFb2 in prostate cancer.

    " Regions along the Mediterranean and in southern Asia have lower prostate
    cancer incidence compared to the rest of the world. It has been hypothesized
    that one of the potential contributing factors for this low incidence
    includes a higher intake of tocotrienols
    . "

    http://www.ncbi.nlm....pubmed/21335085


    In vivo evidence of gamma-tocotrienol as a chemosensitizer
    in the treatment of hormone-refractory prostate cancer.


    http://www.ncbi.nlm....pubmed/20375535


    Gamma-tocotrienol suppresses prostate cancer cell proliferation
    and invasion through multiple-signalling pathways.


    http://www.nature.co...l/6604763a.html


    Gamma-tocotrienol as an effective agent in targeting
    prostate cancer stem cell-like population.


    http://www.ncbi.nlm....ubmed/20617516/


    Breast cancer :


    Synergistic anticancer effects of combined gamma-tocotrienol and celecoxib
    treatment are associated with suppression in Akt and NFkappaB signaling.


    http://www.ncbi.nlm....les/PMC2878915/


    Mechanisms Mediating the Synergistic Anticancer Effects of
    Combined γ-Tocotrienol and Sesamin Treatment.


    http://www.ncbi.nlm....pubmed/22987298


    Gamma-tocotrienol induced apoptosis is associated with unfolded protein
    response in human breast cancer cells.


    http://www.ncbi.nlm....pubmed/21429729



    " Study suggests that tocotrienol has a common cancer-killing
    mechanism for different cancer types. "


    http://www.bionity.com/en/news/116005


    " Researchers Probe the Potential Health Benefits of Palm Oil. "

    http://www.time.com/...2115331,00.html


    The research and tocotrienol-producing arm of Kuala Lumpur Kepong, the
    main palm oil plantation group in Malaysia.

    http://www.davoslife.com/research.php

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    WOW! Thanks for sharing.

    So Do i buy KLK shares now? Also Wilmar? Also SDarby? Also IOI?

    I digress...minta jalan.
    If its to have lesser chances of getting cancer, best just dont smoke too much (proven lah smokers got higher risk in getting all sorta cancer)...also dont eat too much porky (proven lah cos more than 60% of all cancer patients in bolehland are pendatangs who luv leaner feichiyok and also that lil red dot still ban the drugged bolehchiyok

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    None of those counters... Felda Global Ventures Holdings Berhad! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tupai View Post
    WOW! Thanks for sharing.

    So Do i buy KLK shares now? Also Wilmar? Also SDarby? Also IOI?

    I digress...minta jalan.
    If its to have lesser chances of getting cancer, best just dont smoke too much (proven lah smokers got higher risk in getting all sorta cancer)...also dont eat too much porky (proven lah cos more than 60% of all cancer patients in bolehland are pendatangs who luv leaner feichiyok and also that lil red dot still ban the drugged bolehchiyok

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    Next time when you are in Ipoh , drink Oldtown Kopi and buy Hovid. Betul itu dia from Ho Yan Hor herbal tea when you get too heaty. They got patented rights to the palm oil extract in supplement pills to carotene oil for Masak. Heck it was even in the highlight back in 2000's at US Wall Street where Badawi was there to promote Palm oil goodness.

    In fact, it is on the local shelves of cookling oil in Tesco or Mydin. You kenot missed it as it is the only oil which is reddish in color. However, if you look at the lKLSE itself, it is not blue chip counter. So, buy when it is still reddish.

    Carotech Ltd, incorporated in 1990, is a publicly listed company in Malaysia (ACE Market). It is the first and largest producer of natural full spectrum tocotrienol/tocopherol complex (TocominŽ & TocominŽ SupraBio), natural mixed carotene complex (Caromin) and phytosterol complex (Stelessterol) in the world via its patented technology. Carotech is the only GMP-certified tocotrienol producer in the world. Our laboratory is also ISO-17025 certified.

    Carotech is a subsidiary of Hovid Ltd (www.hovid.com), one of the largest GMP-certified pharmaceutical companies in Malaysia.
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    For decades, the West has downplayed palm oil as being cholesterolemic and
    atherogenic due to its high saturated palimitic acid content, while promoting the
    "healthier" unsaturated oils like corn, canola, soy and sunflower.


    Palm oil doesn't increase cholesterol, and in any case, cholesterol by itself doesn't
    cause atherosclerosis - 50 per cent of heart attacks occur in the face of normal
    cholesterol levels.

    And even if palm oil does increase cholesterol moderately as shown by some studies,
    the potent antiatherogenic activity of its inherent tocotrienols more than override that.


    The Weston Price Foundation, headed by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig who advocate a
    diet high in saturated fats, maintains that total cholesterol levels of 200 to 240
    mg/dl are pretty much normal
    .

    http://www.westonaprice.org/know-you...-a-phony-issue


    The TG/HDL ratio, as emphasized by Barry Sears in his Zone Diet concept, is a
    far more important indicator. Mercola as well :

    " I have seen a number of people with total cholesterol levels over 250 who actually were at
    low heart disease risk due to their HDL levels. Conversely, I have seen even more who had
    cholesterol levels under 200 that were at a very high risk of heart disease based on the
    following additional tests
    :

    * HDL/Cholesterol ratio
    * Triglyceride/HDL ratios

    HDL percentage is a very potent heart disease risk factor. Just divide your HDL level by
    your cholesterol. That ratio should ideally be above 24 percent.

    You can also do the same thing with your triglycerides and HDL ratio. That percentage
    should be below 2.
    "


    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/ar...l-numbers.aspx




    " Butter and tropical fats - coconut, palm, palm kernel, cocoa, and shea nut - are safest
    for frying, because they contain only small quantities of essential Fatty acids (EFAs).
    The saturated fatty acids contained in these fats/oils are inert and therefore heat stable. "


    " .... glaucoma is instead caused by a deficiency of of oxygen and blood flow
    ..... the result of insufficient blood flow due to agglutination (clumping together)
    of the red blood cells and waste buildup in the cells and intercellular fluids.
    "

    " These blood-corpuscle clusters cannot squeeze through the extremely tiny capillaries
    in the posterior of the eye, so cannot deliver oxygen to the mitochondria. This is what
    the problem has been all along, and if people continue to eat soy and canola oils, a lot
    more of them are going to experience vision irregularities - like retinitis and macula
    lutea degeneratio
    n. "

    " Death of the mitochondria in the cells in the posterior of the eye is due to oxygen starvation,
    sodium toxicity and waste accumulation. When the mitochondria die, the cells die and the
    posterior eye tissues atrophy. In this respect, glaucoma has much in common with hair loss,
    Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and hearing problems
    . "



    Fats That Can Be Safely Heated

    " Butter and tropical fats - coconut, palm, palm kernel, cocoa, and shea nut -
    are safest for frying, because they contain only small quantities of EFAs. The
    saturated fatty acids contained in these fats/oils are inert and therefore heat
    stable
    . "

    " Tropical oils got a bad reputation for increasing cholesterol and triglyceride levels that
    supposedly cause cardiovascular disease. An unconfirmed rumor suggests that the soy bean
    industry financed the successful campaign against tropical fats to kill imports and increase
    soy bean sales. Tropical oils used in their country of origin have been shown in several studies
    to decrease cholesterol levels
    . The difference in results may be due to several causes :
    deterioration in tropical oils during storage (oxidation; processing (hydrogenation); differing
    experimental design; or a combination of the above. Raw tropical oils are rich sources of
    vitamin E and tocotrienols, which help protect arteries from damage leading to cardiovascular
    disease(CVD). Olive oil imported from Italy is safe for baking but not for frying or deep frying. "


    http://www.shirleys-wellness-cafe.com/canola.htm



    " When saturated fats are added to the diet, the undesirable effects of canola oil
    are mitigated. Most interesting of all is the fact that many studies show that the
    problems with canola oil are not related to the content of erucic acid, but more with
    the high levels of omega-3 (unsaturated) fatty acids and low levels of saturated fat
    s. "

    http://www.westonaprice.org/know-you...-great-con-ola



    Richard Passwater, whose link about tococtrienols has been given above, issued a
    challenge at the back cover or his 1977 book, "Supernutrition For Health Hearts" :

    " If anyone can step forward and prove that eating cholesterol causes heart disease,
    I will donate all of the proceeds from my book to the American Heart Association.
    "


    http://www.drpasswater.com/nutrition...terolScam.html


    I don't believe he has ever had to make that donation to date.

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    " Canola oil a great insect killer "

    " Are you eating pesticides ? Canola oil a great insect killer "

    http://tv.naturalnew...B05E6F31D6B1C27

    http://www.naturalne...pesticides.html



    " Canola Oil is a Classic Example of Food Fraud "

    http://www.naturalne..._oil_fraud.html



    " FDA approves heart health claim for canola oil "

    http://www.naturalne...althy_oils.html



    " Canola Oil is Another Victory of Food Technology over Common Sense "

    http://www.naturalnews.com/026365_oil_canola.html

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    In the dictionary of the mean olde chef who believes in these cooking oily stories -For references else where, kindly consult your certified medical advisors.

    1. Palm oil for deep frying or flying wok with intense and prolonged heats - Palm Oil with its high breaking point smoking point where molecules structural changes compared to other oils

    2. Olive oil for salad and quickie pan sauteed low heat - proven benefits with essential green power of oxidation but not be used for extended high temperature cooking as the benefits can be reversed instead. Definitely kenot be used to deep fired sotong

    3.Peanut oils - Flavorsome oils to sensationalize taste and aroma but could be potentially health hazzards for those who consumed too much.

    4.Corn oils - Comparative ti palm oils but expensive here. But still, I believe it is less healthier compared to palm oil due to the chemicals usage in farming production. Moreover, it sound corny as Masanto is also the majotrplayer ijn the production lines where maizes farming would be insecticided. And me support KLK as it is from Ipoh Mali and I buy Malaysia first with solid tree backing in organic farming prototype.

    5.Soybeans oils - The high-proportion of oxidation-prone linolenic acid is undesirable for some uses, such as cooking oils though in the past in hasd been marketed by major companies like Mosanto by altering the compositions to make it safer but still was disputed to be health hazzards. But it is being widely use in industrial food productions, pastry and baking cakes. I dont use it for frying or baking but to make my skin silky soft like tofu by drinking it wholesomely from boiled but not baked. Yeah, shaken but not stirred like zero zero seven;s martini.

    6..Tiger Balm Oil - traditonally oils for rubbing for minor skin irrations and No No for cooking.

    7. Snake oils - yeah, the types where salesman who sells it in the pasar malam or multi level marketing that promise you the glittering effects of Genneva impressions with micracle health claims. So far, I can see those salesman wealthy with those claims instead of healthy consumers.
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    How about the chef's advice on canola oil ?

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    Depressing news lah....eat also cannot, dont eat also cannot. "So to deep fry or not to deep fry? that is the question" Or 'To stir fry or Not to stir fry, that too is a question"...

    Anyway, for a good feel question: other than virgin and/or deflowered olive oil, can any other oil be used for body massage? I mean this is a serious question as those 100ml of arty farty branded 'massage oil' in speciality store costs an arm & a leg! It is also kinda weird if one was to smell like a walking peanut or a corn or canola or swine or cow afetr a nice oily full body massage...Whats good for the skin, might be a stinky body odour repellent for others!

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    If you can, get hold of Vannila oil for massage for the kinky rubs or Chammomile for that soothing feel. Smell great as well.

    But never use Cap minyak Kapak, Cap minyak Naga or those with Chilli infused oil

    Other than that, nothing beats more economical Pure Olive Oil - and it dun have to me Extra virgin or virgin olive oil. Mkae no sense like using mineral water or distilled water to wash your Ferrari.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tupai View Post
    Depressing news lah....eat also cannot, dont eat also cannot. "So to deep fry or not to deep fry? that is the question" Or 'To stir fry or Not to stir fry, that too is a question"...
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    Lato, maybe you just want to follow me. Dont care...try to avoid the more extreme items like oink oink, fat, fried stuff but otherwise anything goes but in moderation.....and exercise alot. Always believe in simple philosophy, balance your input and output (like your bank ac), enjoy life, help others who are less fortunate as much as possible and leave the rest to the creator.

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    As pointed out in the earlier links, the oils high in unsaturates should not
    be deep fried as they are unstable :

    Canola (oleic acid, omega 9, monounsaturate),
    Soya (oleic and linoleic acid, omega 6, polyunsaturate)
    Corn (oleic and linolenic acids)
    Safflower (oleic and linolenic acids)
    Sunflower (oleic and linolenic acids)


    Frying them basically superheats the oils, breaking down the unsaturates
    and oxidizing them. Entering your blood stream, they clump together your platelets.
    As explained in the Shirley Wellness link quoting John Thomas's "Young Again: How
    To Reverse The Aging Process" book, this is going to cause a host of degenerative
    diseases like glaucoma, where the platelets have a hard time entering the tiny
    capillaries of the eye's posterior, resulting in the death of the cells' mitochondria there.

    Alzheimer's is also going to come in when the CA1 and CA3 regions of the hippocampus,
    where short term memories are stored, dies off.


    This won't happen with palm oil which has a high content of the saturated fat,
    palmitic acid, stabilizing the almost equally high content of unstable unsaturated
    oleic acid and smaller proportion of linoleic acid.

    The same with coconut oil with its high content of saturated fatty lauric acid,
    along with some myristic and palmitic acid, easily overriding the small amounts
    of oleic and linoleic acids.


    http://www.scientificpsychic.com/fit...ttyacids1.html

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