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Nutritional analysis of corn oil

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Nutritional analysis of corn oil, corn oil, also known as corn oil, is extracted from corn embryo oil.
Fat corn germ is generally between 17% to 45%, accountin
       

Nutritional analysis of corn oil, corn oil, also known as corn oil, is extracted from corn embryo oil.
Fat corn germ is generally between 17% to 45%, accounting for total fat content of corn over 80%, so the corn germ is a good resource-rich oil feedstock. Corn oil is a high quality edible vegetable oil, which contains 86% unsaturated fatty acids, of which 56% is linoleic acid, the body's absorption rate of up to 97%; It is rich in vitamin E, and vitamin E is a natural antioxidants, in many oily foods need to be specifically added to prevent oxidation of vitamin E. Vitamin E on human cell division, have a role in aging.
Nutritional analysis of corn oil, corn oil, crude oil vitamin E content after the wheat germ oil, heavy oil after deodorization still contains 0.8% to 1.2% corn oil in a small amount of auxiliary □, it also has antioxidant properties; sitosterol and phospholipids contain, prevent aging effects, can reduce cholesterol levels in the human body, and enhance function of human muscle and heart, vascular system, improve the body's ability to resist.
Nutritional analysis of corn oil, corn oil fatty acids due to the regular arrangement was in triglycerides, so the structural stability; while generally under the action of light oil, chlorophyll enable it to accelerate oxidation, while corn oil no chlorophyll, so corn oil and relatively stable. For these reasons, even when the depth of corn oil for frying also has considerable stability, but also have a longer shelf life than other oils.
Corn oil is golden in color, transparent, fragrant, very suitable for fast frying and frying oils, it can keep vegetables and food color, flavor, without loss of nutritional value.
Linoleic acid-rich corn oil, is to create Naomaitong, longevity rather raw materials and other drugs on the pharmaceutical industry. Corn germ oil extraction began in the United States, the 1890 pilot production quantities into the market after 20 years. Because of its raw material is a byproduct of processing corn, abundant resources, and more favorable conditions for the development of the late 1970s, annual production reached 200,000 tons. Some of the world in other countries such as Korea, Mexico and Yugoslavia, also have a certain production scale.