Soybean oil is a vegetable oil extracted from the seeds of the soybean. It is by far the most widely used oil or fat according to the report that world soy oil production is almost three times that of second-place sunflower oil or third-place butter. Then what benefits make it so popular for the human to consume?
Soybean oil contains 61 percent polyunsaturated and 24 percent monounsaturated fat, according to the National Soybean Research Laboratory. So it neither increase the bad cholesterol in the blood nor increases the risk of heart disease.
Soybean oil is rich in essential fatty acids that help to regulate blood pressure and cell proliferation. EFAs also plays a crucial role in brain function and help you maintain bone health, assists in regulating your metabolism, stimulates your hair and skin growth and are needed to maintain your reproductive system, according to University of Maryland Medical Center. They also promote longevity and help reduce inflammation in your body.
Soybean oil also contains beta-sitosterol, a type of plant sterol, which appears to block absorption of cholesterol and may reduce high cholesterol levels, according to the Mayo Clinic. Beta-sitosterol is also healthy for the prostate gland. Supplementation with beta-sitosterol improves urine flow symptoms in men with benign prostatic hyperplasia, or enlarged prostate, according to the most recent review of studies. The condition is common in men older than age 50 and has symptoms including difficulty urinating, frequent sudden urges to urinate, nighttime urination and painful urination.
Besides, soybean oil does not contain any cholesterol. High blood cholesterol can cause the build-up of plaque in arterial walls and increase the risk of heart disease. Soybean oil is high in polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, both of which are not associated with high cholesterol levels.
Soybean oil is easy to extract from soybeans. Our screw oil press and integrated screw oil press are both of durability and high edible oil rate for choice. Furthermore, soy oil contains the B vitamins thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, folic acid, inositol, and choline, as well as vitamins A, E and K. Vitamin E, is a fat-soluble vitamin that assists in producing red blood cells and in blood clotting. Vitamin E also helps to protect the linings of arteries and veins. Vitamin K makes four of the 13 proteins that are required for blood clotting.