Acer truncatum seed oil is cold pressed from the plant seeds of acer truncatum, which is rich in nervonic acid, also known as selacholeic acid and cis-15-tetracosenoic acid.
The Rich History of the Acer Truncatum Seed Oil
Acer truncatum is a plant of the genus Acer. It is named after the shape of the wing fruit is similar to the ancient Chinese “gold ingot ingot”. It is a unique tree species in China.
The seeds of Acer truncatum are rich in oil and protein, are non-toxic, can be fried, and taste like melon seeds. Many provinces and citizens in my country have the habit of frying Acer truncatum maple seeds.
In the early 1970s, when the supply of edible oil in my country was difficult, former professor Wang Xingyan of Northwest Agricultural College used Yuanbao maple seeds to extract edible oil for the first time.
New Resource Food
On March 22, 2011, the Ministry of Health of the People’s Republic of China officially issued an announcement to approve Acer Truncatum Seed Oil as a new resource of food.
New resource food refers to the newly developed, newly discovered, and newly introduced items in China that have no eating habits, meet the basic requirements of food, and are non-toxic and harmless to the human body, such as Acer Truncatum Seed Oil etc.
What is it Good for
Nervous acid was also found in Yuanbao maple seed oil. It is recognized by scientists all over the world as the only dual-effect miracle substance that can repair and unblock damaged nerve pathways in the brain and promote nerve cell regeneration.
Its lack will cause cerebral diseases such as stroke sequelae, Alzheimer’s disease, cerebral palsy, brain atrophy, memory loss, insomnia, and forgetfulness.
How to make Acer Truncatum Seed Oil
To keep the max nutrition.We use the cold pressed Acer Truncatum Seed Oil
What the Video: Cold Pressed Oils Vs Refined Oils
The fatty acid composition of Acer Truncatum Seed Oil is between that of peanut oil and rapeseed oil, the content of unsaturated fatty acid is 90%, and the content of essential fatty acid (linoleic acid) is higher than that of imported olive oil and palm oil.
The high content of vitamin E (125mg/100g) in Yuanbao maple oil. Acer Truncatum Seed Oil is particularly resistant to storage, and it will not go rancid and deteriorate for 3 years at room temperature and away from light.
How much Acer Truncatum Seed Oil to take per day
|Linoleic acid C18:2||≥30.0%|
|Oleic acid C18:1||≥15.0%|
|Nervous acid C24:1||≥3%|
How to use Acer Truncatum Seed Oil
Oral administration is to take Acer Truncatum Seed Oil. The most direct method is to take one directly. A good Yuanbao maple seed oil will feel delicate and not alive, and there will be a scent of ghee between the lips and teeth.
2. Mixed cold vegetables
Ingot Acer Truncatum Seed Oil can also be added to our salads or vegetable salads. The method is also very simple. Pour directly into prepared salad greens and cold vegetables and stir well.
3. With breakfast
All day in the morning. Breakfast is very important to us. If we add Acer Truncatum Seed Oil to breakfast, it will be full of energy. We can spread ingot maple seed oil on bread for breakfast baking. This toast tastes different.
4. Take it in soup
Yuanbao maple seed oil can also be added to the soup. When we cook the soup, directly pour in Yuanbao maple seed oil, which can make the soup more nutritious and delicious. Click to view product details
Acer Truncatum Seed Oil Vs Olive Oil
The fatty acid composition of Acer Truncatum Seed Oil is between peanut oil and rapeseed oil, and the unsaturated fatty acid content reaches 90%.
Essential fatty acid (linoleic acid) content is higher than imported olive and palm oil.
Vitamin E (125mg/100g) is 3 times that of olive oil and palm oil, and 2 times that of peanut oil.
It has nervous acid that olive oil does not have.