Cold Pressed Rice Bran Oil Helps You Lose Weight
Rice bran oil is a food that has been used in Asia for centuries. It is loaded with mono and polyunsaturated fats (the good fats) and is very easy to use. It has been hailed by some as the healthiest oil in the world and Dr Oz says it’s a miracle fat that can actually help you lose weight. But how does it taste? Doctor Oz put rice bran oil to the test by asking 3 Dr Oz Fans to swap out their other ingredients for rice bran oil. Is this the new secret weapon to shrink body fat? Doctor Oz covered Diet Myths on this show, but does Rice Bran Oil really work? See the results below and decide for yourself. You should also checkout the segments Dr Oz did on other weight loss supplements like Raspberry Ketone, Saffron Extract and Coconut Palm Sugar.
Dr Oz: Rice Bran Oil
Kimberly, one audience member who used rice bran, told Doctor Oz that it was easy to swap out her regular oil for rice bran oil.
She also stated it was delicious tasting and was lighter than the olive oil she normally used.
Nicole, another audience member who did the swap, told Dr Oz that she replaced butter with rice bran oil and it was so much better. It was so good, her son didn’t even notice the change. She even made cakes with it.
Rice Bran Oil Diet Benefits
Rice bran oil contains Gamma Oryzanol
-reduces absorption of cholesterol
-contains omega 6 fatty acids, which decreases appetite
-contains vitamin E
Rice Bran Oil Review
Kimberly tried using rice bran oil for her citrus chicken dish. She sauteed the chicken in a pan using the oil. Dr Oz tried it and said it was good.
Another audience member prepared veggie chicken stir-fry with rice bran oil. Normally she used soybean oil for her Asian inspired dishes. Doctor Oz tried the chicken and stated the taste was spot on!
Rice Bran Oil Recipes
Nicole said using rice bran oil was easy for her chocolate cake recipe. (Chocolate cake? Now here’s the real test!) Nicole cut Dr Oz a huge piece of her cake. He tried a small bite and told her it was heavenly. Nicole said she was surprised that the cake didn’t taste like rice. (HA!)
You can find rice bran oil in natural food stores for about $8. Dr Oz suggested looking for a cold press version of rice bran oil. (It will say on the label.)
Have you ever tried rice bran oil for one of your recipes? Leave me a message and let me know how it tastes.