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An RD reveals which oil is best for cooking based on its nutritional value and ease of use.
Though rich in fat, the benefits of eating olive oil may just outweigh the impact of the side effects.
Why olive oil is this nutritionist's go-to cooking oil, and why you should make it yours.
Using this oil in place of butter can significantly reduce your risk of heart problems.
Listen to the experts and leave these troubled cooking tricks behind.
The popular appliance can add a crispy texture to your favorite foods, but it also comes with some downsides.
From health and safety to taste and efficacy, not all cooking oils are created equal.
This oil is common in many of your favorite foods, but studies show it may be bad for your heart.
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