Price And Quantity
- 50 Liter
- 350 INR/Liter
- 15kgs , 500 Ml, 5 Litre, 250ml, 1 Litre
- 24 Months
- Cold Pressed
- Season, Cooking
- Cold Pressed Virgin
- All Type
- All Type
- Paypal, Western Union, Telegraphic Transfer (T/T), Letter of Credit at Sight (Sight L/C), Letter of Credit (L/C), Cheque, Cash in Advance (CID), Cash Advance (CA), Cash on Delivery (COD), Cash Against Delivery (CAD)
- 100 Liter Per Day
- 7-10 Days
- If order is confirmed we will reimburse the sample cost
- Bottle Packing and Box Packing
- Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Australia, Asia
- All India
- ISO 9001:2015
About Peanut Oil (Groundnut Oil)
Peanut oil, also known by other names such as groundnut oil and Arachis oil, is a type of vegetable oil commonly used in cooking that is derived from peanuts. It comes in a number of varieties, including refined, unrefined, roasted, and cold-pressed, which have slight differences in their nutritional value and health benefits.
Peanut consumption globally varies in huge proportions, hence the commercial products are variant and generally found locally. Peanuts have developed into a variety of products like peanut butter, roasted peanuts, peanut oil, peanut sauce, peanut jam, peanut milk, peanut flour, peanut snacks (sweet and salted bars), and peanut cheese analog. Raw peanuts consumption takes place all around the world. Peanut oil, as with other vegetable oils, is used to make soap by the saponification process. This oil is also effective as a back massage oil.
Benefits of Peanut Oil (Groundnut Oil)
Peanut oil is cholesterol-free, which is one of the major factors contributing to complicated heart conditions such as atherosclerosis.
Peanut oil also contains monounsaturated fatty acids, like oleic acid, which increases the levels of âgood cholesterolâ, called HDL, in the blood.
There has been a lot of debate on the potential of nutritional components of nuts in cancer prevention. In a 2016 report published in the Journal of Food Science and Technology, studies suggest that unsaturated fats and bioactive compounds in peanuts have cancer-preventive effects.
Resveratrol has another important function in the body. It interacts with various hormones that affect blood vessels, like angiotensin, which constricts vessels and arteries. By neutralizing the effects of that hormone, resveratrol helps to decrease blood pressure, which reduces stress on the cardiovascular system.
Resveratrol may have therapeutic value to neuronal degeneration; however further studies are needed to verify this claim. A study by Thimmappa S.Anekonda, published in the Brain Research Reviews 2006, could perhaps be used to reduce the risk of Alzheimerâs disease.
Peanut oil, like many vegetable oils, is quite rich in vitamin E, which is an essential vitamin for human beings. It is particularly important for the maintenance and health of the skin, protecting it from the effects of free radicals that cause wrinkles, blemishes, and other signs of premature aging. The vitamin E in peanut oil keeps your skin looking young and healthy as you get older.
A final benefit of the impressive levels of resveratrol in peanut oil is the improvement of your immune system.
In a study published in the Lipids in Health and Disease journal, oleic acid shows an increase in insulin production to undo the inhibitory insulin effect of TNF-Î±: Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha. Peanut oil, which is high in oleic acid ameliorates the diabetic symptoms of type-2 diabetic subjects characterized by inflammation.