The benefits of sesame cooking oil
People like sesame oil very much, because sesame oil not only can make food taste delicious, but also has rich nutrients. Here are 4 reasons why we love sesame cooking oil:
Sesame is considered to be one of the oldest oil crops, because sesame is composed of up to 60% oil. Most sesame seeds are wild and grow in the Middle East, although this form of planting originated in India more than 3,000 years ago.
Indians like sesame seeds, oil and seeds are used in traditional cooking methods, and are used locally for skin nutrition. The magic word "sesame paste" is derived from the stories of Ali Baba and "Forty Thieves". It is believed that Babylonian women eat a mixture of honey and sesame seeds for health and beauty.
Sesame is a good source of vitamins and minerals. One serving of sesame contains the copper you need every day, as well as a lot of manganese, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, selenium, vitamin E and vitamin B1. In addition, sesame has a high level of potent antioxidant activity, containing sesamol and sesamin. Therefore, sesame oil usually has a relatively long shelf life and is not prone to rancidity. The most nutritious sesame oil is made using a low-calorie, squeezer press method, mainly to ensure that sesame oil contains vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that naturally occur in sesame seeds.
As part of the daily diet, the high levels of antioxidants in sesame seeds have multiple benefits:
May reduce free radical damage
Help reduce high blood sugar
Prevent arterial blockage
Lower blood pressure
Benefits skin and oral health
The high content of zinc in sesame shows the effect of zinc on skin improvement when used topically. Zinc has been well absorbed into the deep layers of the skin, while reducing inflammation and the growth of wound bacteria. Sesame cooking oil is also used to improve oral health, prevent tooth decay, bleeding gums, dry mouth, and improve the health of teeth, gums and jaws.