Instead, people are better off using oils high in unsaturated fats, such as vegetable and seed oils.
Two great examples of such oils are rapeseed oil and olive oil, which “could help to reduce your LDL cholesterol”.
What’s LDL cholesterol?
Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol is otherwise regarded as “bad” cholesterol, explained the charity Heart UK.
It’s this type of cholesterol that can line the arteries, causing them to narrow and introducing various health concerns.
Toyn shares a trick to eat more healthier foods throughout the day – “make them more noticeable, visible and accessible”.