Cooking & RecipesTHE BEST HEALTHY COOKING OILS + What to AVOID! | Becca Bristow Al Wallace2 years ago221 mins THUMBS UP & SUBSCRIBE! — … source Post navigation Previous: Nova Scotia Organics – Men's Sexual Health / Energy & Stamina for MenNext: How to Crack Your Back Between Your Shoulder Blades 22 thoughts on “THE BEST HEALTHY COOKING OILS + What to AVOID! | Becca Bristow” This video could have easily been 2 minutes instead. Reply Almost NINE minutes until you started talking about what the video is about: healthy oils. Reply You've been talking abouth bad oils for SEVEN minutes? Reply can you please share what products you use on your hair? Reply My top cooking oils: 1. Extra Virgin Olive Oil2. Cold Pressed Avocado Oil 🥑 3. Cold Pressed Coconut Oil 🥥 Reply Why are people complaining or asking her to cite her info? Do your own damn research and/or make your own damn videos. Stop complaining, use your brain and, think for yourself. Reply what about regular olive oil not evoo can you cook with that Reply Your Right on about Vegetable oils. Avoid canola, soybean, cottonseed, corn oil, palm, Crisco etc. Reply Here's the Fats and Oil guide I use: https://balancedbites.com/fats-which-to-eat-and-which-to-ditch/ and for cooking: https://balancedbites.com/content/best-cooking-fats/. I try to avoid purchasing processed food without stable oils. If consumers demand better quality, suppliers will make better quality. Reply 8:36 to the her picks. Reply How about Grape seed oil Reply What about coconut oil being high in saturated fats? Reply Hey is bai coconut water good for you? It claims to be healthy. Or what about tea of a kind? Reply Great video. Thanks 🌼 Reply New fan from Dallas Tx. 🖖🙃 loved your video. Reply Thank you so much for the video! It is so informative! I use the grape seed oil. I’ve just checked it’s smoke point and I am good😅 Reply What about grapeseed oil. I feel like this vid missed a lot of content Reply what do you think about Ghee?? i just made some and it smells AMAZING:) Reply I would LOVE if you would provide your evidence in the form of citations to peer reviewed journal articles in the description. I always love to further educate myself on these things! Reply what about grapeseed oil? is that a good one for high heat? Reply Thank you for teaching us Becca!!! Reply I enjoy your videos, but is difficult to believe that you apply any scientific rigour to these topics when you tout the consumption of essential oils for a variety of ailments. There is no good quality long term scientific evidence for most of the claims you make. Good quality, long-term evidence for coconut oil or avocado oil consumption does not exist. Putting misinformation out into the world is harmful. As a hospital pharmacist who works in cardiology, it is disappointing to see a lack of reference to outcomes that are meaningful, like mortality and cardiovascular health. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.