Have you ever observed the special taste of foods that have been cooked in groundnut oil? Groundnut oil is the most preferred oil among several restaurants and homemade cooking users. Cooking through Groundnut oil not only delivers a lip-smacking taste over foods But also considered a healthier choice for cooking.

History of groundnut oil

Groundnut oil is a very mild-tasting vegetable fat oil. Peanut oil is been using by our Humans for the past 3500 years ago. Extracting Peanut oil doesn’t require a complex extracting process.

Peanut oil or Groundnut oil is also known as Arachis oil (derived from biological classification Arachis Hypogea) or goober oil as peanuts are commonly known as goobers in the US region.

Back in days Beside cooking, Humans have used peanuts oil used as a lubricant for locomotives as a replacement of lubricant for locomotives due to its nonsticky property and illuminant for lamps as well.


  • Cold-pressed groundnut oil will help to reduce bad cholesterol and increases good cholesterols in the human body.
  • Peanuts are rich in proteins and amino acids that help in proper growth and development of the body.
  • Poly-phenolic anti-oxidants are present in the peanuts in high concentrations.
  • This has the ability to reduce the risk of stomach cancer by reducing the productions of carcinogenic nitrous-amines
  • Peanuts are rich in vitamins and minerals like Vitamin B complex, niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, vitamin B6, B9, Potassium, Maganese, copper, calcium magnesium, iron, and selenium.

In conclusion, avoiding peanut oil for home, cooking is a wise idea. You can replace your normal refined cooking oil with cold-pressed groundnut oil. Cold press peanut oil provides affordably available that are much lower in inflammatory omega-6 fats without risks from aflatoxins and lectins.

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