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Grapeseed oil uses and side effects

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  • Grapeseed oil comes from the seeds of red, green or purple grapes. It has a mild flavor and scent, and is produced in Spain, France, Argentina and Italy
  • While typically used for cooking and baking, grapeseed oil has cosmetic purposes too
  • You can find different substances in grapeseed oil, such as omega-6 fatty acids, saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids, phenolic compounds, and polyphenols
  • While grapeseed oil may seem like a good cooking oil, you should skip it and opt for coconut oil instead

You may already know about the benefits of grapes, but their often-ignored seeds have also been linked to health-boosting abilities. This is why grapeseed extract is now a sought-after supplement in health and grocery stores, but have you ever wondered if grapeseed oil (a type of vegetable oil) reaps the same benefits? If you’re curious whether grapeseed oil can be a good alternative to olive oil or other cooking oils, continue reading this article.


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