Mac Nut Oil

100% Australian Macadamia Nut Oil MacNut Oil is 100% Australian macadamia nut oil. Why Australia? Because that is where the nuts originated. The nuts used to make MacNut Oil are grown in the ideal soil and under the ideal conditions to ensure that MacNut Oil is the best tasting macadamia nut oil on the market. In a proprietary process, we press the nuts using a chilled expeller press and then filter it. The resulting oil is a superior product in taste, color, and health benefits to other macadamia oils. That's why we trademarked the name MacNutOil - to ensure that when you reach for a culinary oil, you know that you are getting the most delicious and healthful product on the market. What's more, MacNut Oil has the ideal ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids. That is, 1:1 or equal amounts of each. That ratio is precisely what Mother Nature intended and is the way our ancestors ate. Because of processed foods and vegetable oils, we are now bombarded with huge amounts of pro-inflammatory omega-6 fatty acids and that imbalance aggravates inflammatory conditions like heart disease, arthritis and allergies. The healthiest people are those who have learned to balance the 6/3 ratio in their diets. MacNut Oil takes care of the balance of fatty acids by helping you lower the amount of Omega 6 and balancing it perfectly with Omega 3. Best of all, MacNut Oil has a smoke point of 410ºF. That is a big improvement over olive oil, which is best used cold. You can use MacNut Oil to cook, sauté, bake, stir fry or however you would want to use oil. There is no danger of those deadly trans fatty acids and free radicals forming as they can with other cooking oils. Its stability and versatility are two of the main reasons why famous chefs all over the country are using MacNut Oil. They can't get enough of it and it is time to share their secret with you. MacNut Oil can be used in many places where olive oil can't be, such as in omelets, pancakes or baked goods, where the taste of olive oil would overwhelm the food. MacNut Oil makes great salad dressings too. It imparts a light, buttery flavor that people love. MacNut Oil can be used in every low carbohydrate diet, including Atkins, The Zone, Thin For Good, Protein Power, Carbohydrate Addict, and all others like them. For years, experts such as the late Dr. Robert Atkins, Dr. Barry Sears, and of course, myself, have advocated increasing the amount of monounsaturated fats in your diet. I am so happy that MacNut Oil is now available at prices most people can afford. Because I went directly to the source of the macadamia nuts - Australia - we were able to import this healthy and delicious product at a price competitive with ordinary olive oil. If you want to improve your health, excite the food in your kitchen, and feel exotic all at the same time, use MacNut Oil for all your oil needs. See More

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