argan oil;Recently selected as Noble Food by the European Union



 Argan oil is a natural oil derived from the seeds of the argania spinoxa tree that grows naturally in southwestern Morocco. It has been called golden oil since ancient times and has been used as a royal or aristocratic medicine. In modern times, demand for beauty-related products added to cosmetics and shampoos and edible oil added to bread or salads is steadily increasing. Edible argan oil is somewhat more expensive than other edible oils. The reason is that it is derived from the fruit of trees grown in the uncontaminated UNESCO biosphere protection area, which requires 16 trees to obtain a liter.





Argan Oil was recently selected as Noble Food by the European Union and was recognized as a food of excellent nutritional value. This is because it is rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, which are good for vascular health and skin beauty, which are effective in preventing cardiovascular diseases such as high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis, and stroke.


It is rich in essential fatty acids, cocoa perol, and pecculic acid, which facilitates cell regeneration through strong antioxidant action, helping to improve wrinkles and maintain skin during the period. The Triternoid component of Argan Oil is effective in improving skin trouble, relieves pigmentation caused by aging, and helps reduce scarring. It is also effective in preventing various vascular diseases by facilitating vascular expansion and blood circulation.


 


Argan oil contains a large amount of unsaturated fatty acids and vegetable omega-3s, which are excellent in emitting toxins from the body. In addition, it is rich in phospholipids and antioxidant tocopherol, and especially vegetable scuallene ingredients are excellent antibacterial and antioxidant, which greatly helps to release waste and toxins stored in the body. The scuallene content of argan oil is 312 mg per 100 grams, 107 times that of tuna.


 


Argan oil is also very effective for diets. Edible argan oil is 46 times more than unsaturated fatty acid-containing langue salmon and 22 times more than coconut oil, which is excellent for releasing fat toxins. A study found that 60 people were allowed to consume edible argan oil for two weeks, resulting in a 17.5 percent decrease in neutral fat, which is the cause of gaining weight. Edible argan oil has also been found to have excellent anticancer effects. The consumption of edible argan oil showed a 58 percent decrease in cancer-causing plasma lipids and peroxide.


 


Argan oil is known as a safe food with few side effects, but it is safe to take it after an allergy test by dropping two or three drops on the inner skin of your wrist before taking it. Be careful not to overdose as much as 500mg per day. If you are allergic to nuts, you should not eat them. Also, if you are suffering from a disease, consult a specialist before taking argan oil.


 


When choosing argan oil, it is recommended to check if it is certified by organic certification institutions such as usda and eco-cert. Since it is edible oil, caution is required as it can cause serious side effects when chemicals such as pesticides and pesticides are accumulated.


Next, select the ones extracted by pressing method. The oil extraction method is largely divided into heat compression and cold/cold compression, which should be extracted by cold compression extraction method to reduce nutritional loss as much as possible. The cold compression extraction method not only reduces the risk of scalding, but also preserves heat-weak ingredients almost intact.