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Importance of Safflower oil to lose weight

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Still not very common in the cosmetics market, safflower oil is a good way to burn fat. How does it affect our body? Can we eat without moderation? Focus on an oil that slides on our skin to make it more beautiful.

What is safflower oil?

Safflower oil is an oil that owes its name to the safflower plant, whose seeds are extracted to produce this liquid filled with good things. Little use in cooking as in cosmetics, it is especially widespread among artists who use it to dilute their paint. But more than pretty canvases, safflower oil, with its beautiful yellow dress and its little taste resembling that of sunflower oil, is also used to season salads. Since it can not stand the heat, it can not be heated. It is also found in certain cosmetic products targeting small curves, to be applied to the treatment areas in the form of a cure so that the oil is as effective as possible, and in the form of capsules to be taken as a food supplement.

What are the properties of safflower oil?

Safflower oil has several benefits for our body by its rather unusual composition. In 100 ml of safflower oil, one finds palmitic, stearic, oleic oil but especially of linoleic acid (it is the richest oil in this field) but also vitamins E and K as well as several types of unsaturated fatty acids and omegas. These contributions bring beneficial properties for our body such as the protection of the skin from UV rays, the muscular and intellectual reinforcement, the fight against certain cardiovascular problems or even against cancer.

Can we lose weight with safflower oil?

Safflower oil is a real fat burn that keeps the line for several reasons. Firstly because of its high linoleic acid content which helps to reduce the level of sugar in the blood and therefore the weight. Omega 3 and 6 naturally present in safflower oil (not necessarily organic) are also responsible for reducing cholesterol levels. Last but not least, it is accepted that safflower oil can lose weight thanks to its 20% of adiponectin responsible for the burning fat effect of this oil.

I therefore remember that safflower oil is ideal for weight loss due to to its high content of omega-3 fatty acids. I can not cook it, but I can eat it in salads to benefit from all its benefits or through some cosmetic products, like slimming creams . In addition, safflower oil is rich in vitamins that help me stay healthy. I do not forget to vary my diet next door. Safflower oil will not do all the work: I have to eat healthy and play sports to find or keep the line!

 

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