I have seen High Oleic Safflower oil in a few things, what does that mean?
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10/13/06 at 5:57pm
|The preferred form of the oil is high oleic safflower oil which has a higher percentage of monounsaturated (oleic) fatty acids — 76% monounsaturated, as opposed to 13% monounsaturated in regular safflower oil.|
|High oleic safflower oil is also less susceptible to oxidation than regular safflower oil, another beneficial attribute.|
|High oleic safflower oil is produced from plants created through traditional breeding methods, not through the use of biotechnology.|