Written By Serene Hitchcock / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
So many of the fruits and vegetables that we enjoy on a daily basis have a whole host of benefits that we aren't even aware of. Oftentimes, the benefits associated with these entities are fully grounded in other parts of the produce or plant, say the seed or the rind. In this case, we'll be exploring the many ways that butternut squash seed oil is effective.
There are the standards – olive oil, avocado oil and coconut oil - that many people cook with on a semi-regular basis. While those oils are yummy and have fortifying benefits, you may sometimes just want a different taste. This is where the nutty and tasty butternut squash seed oil comes into play. Not only is it delicious, but it has health properties as well.
Healthy fats are essential for the overall health and function of the body. When we ingest too many trans fats, we run the risk of compromising our health and putting ourselves in danger of certain chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes or stroke. To prevent this from occurring, good oils should be consumed on a daily basis. This is because the two separate types of cholesterol react differently to each oil.
The high protein and caloric nature of this oil allows the good cholesterol to rise - this is deemed the HDL cholesterol. It also allows the bad cholesterol to lower - which is deemed LDL. This oil also has a high smoke point so it can be used as your go-to oil for cooking over high heat.
One of the best things about the oils we explore and discover is their ability to do so many different things. The ability for oil to have numerous functions is definitely a special aspect of their authentic natural roots and beginnings.
If you suffer from tightness in your joints, you likely deal with some type of swelling or arthritis. While this is fairly common, the level of discomfort you may feel can be incredibly jarring and disruptive. Rubbing a bit of butternut squash seed oil on your problem areas will help you to reduce stiffness as well as assist in managing the swelling and general discomfort that you often deal with.
Also known to be a great aid to digestive health, butternut squash seed oil can help when you experience those pesky tummy troubles. You may deal with this regularly or only around the holidays but many people have to grapple with their stomachs and digestive systems not working well when they eat certain foods. This can be incredibly cumbersome and uncomfortable to go through. If you have gas, bloating, nausea or constipation, you may have a digestive system that has trouble dealing with what you are putting in your body.
Thankfully, the digestive enzymes that are activated help the large intestine to properly do its job. While it's obviously preferred that your diet reflect smart choices that are cohesive with your body, sometimes you slip up. When you do, you don't want to have stomach pain and discomfort.
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Serene Hitchcock is a professional freelance writer, blogger and social media strategist from San Diego, California. She has been writing for several years in many forms and facets and is interested in arts, health, self-improvement, current events and the world we live in.
Founder Ray Spotts has a passion for all things natural and has made a life study of nature as it relates to health and well-being. Ray became a forerunner bringing products to market that are extraordinarily effective and free from potentially harmful chemicals and additives. For this reason Ray formed Trusted Health Products, a company you can trust for clean, effective, and healthy products. Ray is an organic gardener, likes fishing, hiking, and teaching and mentoring people to start new businesses. You can get his book for free, “How To Succeed In Business Based On God’s Word,” at www.rayspotts.com.