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The WH Guide to Oils


BEST FOR: Heating up

While everyone’s favourite brekkie staple has been widely studied, there’s limited human research on its oil and the potential health effects of consuming it. But the nutritional properties are pretty impressive (a high level of monounsaturated fats, as well as polyunsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E). Plus, accredited practising dietitian Marika Day is on board: “Avocado oil is absolutely a healthy choice.” Whether you’re frying, baking or dressing, its good heat stability and neutral taste means it works well in

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