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Olive oil is often praised as a healthy product. That is still true in some cases, but it turns out that you should not burn olive oil. That way, the oil will change and hazardous substances are released.
Many fats contain polyunsaturated fats in large part, which are very sensitive to light and heat. When you burn oil, its chemical composition changes. This means that oxidation occurs, which stimulates free radicals to appear. Everything sounds very complex, but it simply means that certain unhealthy particles get into your body and attach themselves to healthy cells. As a result, your cells are unable to perform their functions properly. This can have the following consequences:
- High blood pressure
- Fast-aging skin
- An increased risk of cancer
Aside from all these horrible things, oil also loses all its beautiful properties when burned. Therefore, olive oil is healthy, even hot. We recommend using it in salads and other cold or soft foods, but leave it out when you cook a good meal. Now, you may wonder: ‘What should I cook if I can use olive oil? The best oils you can use for cooking are:
- Coconut oil