Which oil?

Updated on January 25, 2021 in Post-Operation Surgery Questions & Answers
6 on June 25, 2020

My stomach has been getting upset more often and I think it might be the oil I’m using to coat things (EVOO). What are you using? I’ve heard some people switched to coconut but I don’t know how healthy it is.

 
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0 on June 25, 2020

I’ve always used olive oil with no problems, but I don’t use a lot so maybe that’s why. Can you use a small spritz of Pam instead?

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0 on June 25, 2020

I’ve seen coconut oil recommended in the VSG literature my nutritionist gave me. It has healthy fats. I don’t like cooking with it though. I find it too greasy.

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0 on June 26, 2020

Cold pressed EVOO works best for me. Have you tried switching to a different brand? Not all oils are made the same way. I would recommend to always make sure the bottle indicates the oil is cold pressed.

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0 on June 29, 2020

I didn’t think about switching brands, I should try that. I’m just leery of using coconut oil because you can use it for so many things. Maybe I’ll try it and see how it affects me.

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0 on July 29, 2020

I’ve been avoiding using oils, but I do keep a small bottle each of olive and canola. Have you tried cooking with a bit of chicken broth?

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0 on January 25, 2021

Repetitive stress or overused joints can stunt growth and create problems later. Massage helps to relieve stored tension and encourages flexibility of the joints after rest. Any soreness experienced after a massage can be indication that these are tension spots for you, and focusing on these areas on your next massage will increase joint recovery. There are even some special oil formulations to target joints, so do check with your massage therapist beforehand to discuss options with essenial oil https://www.revampsalonspa.com/how-do-essential-oils-work/

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