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Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil (मूंगफली का तेल) | Raw & Unrefined | All Purpose Use

Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil (मूंगफली का तेल) | Raw & Unrefined | All Purpose Use

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  • Single Press & Virgin
  • 100% Natural
  • Traditional Wood Pressed
  • Hexane-Free
  • Suitable for All Types of Cooking
  • Additives & Preservatives Free

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  • Avail 5% Discount on orders above Rs 1500. Use Code - ADVAIT5
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Experience the difference in cooking with cold pressed groundnut oil that is traditionally extracted and contains zero chemicals and promises great flavour and versatility in your kitchen.

Our groundnut oil is made from locally grown groundnut seeds. Highest quality and graded raw groundnut seeds (peanuts) are cold pressed without the addition of any heat-solvents in a traditional stone-wooden chekku/ghani to obtain fresh and aromatic virgin groundnut oil (peanut oil). Once the oil is pressed, it is left to sediment for a couple of days before it is filtered by a cheesecloth and packed in glass bottles.

Features

  • Made from 100% farm-fresh groundnut seeds
  • Single pressed on wooden chekku to extract the maximum bioactive oil
  • No chemicals or heat solvents are added during the extraction process
  • Contains zero additives or preservatives
  • May have natural sediments (Proof of purity of oil)
  • Zero blending or any artificial colours

 USP

  • Highly aromatic and flavourful
  • Absorbs less (so food can be cooked in little oil)
  • Naturally heat stable
  • Suitable for cooking all cuisines
  • Free of harmful trans-fats
  • Excellent replacement for refined sunflower oil
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Absolutely love Advait's groundnut oil! The rich aroma and authentic taste truly elevate my cooking. I appreciate the purity of the oil and its health benefits. Definitely a staple in my kitchen from now!

Kamiya Bansal

I've tried many groundnut oils, but none compare to Advait Living. The quality is unmatched, and you can taste the freshness in every dish. I use it for deep frying, sautéing, and even salad dressings. Highly recommend it!

Shrava Khanna

As someone who prioritizes natural and organic products, I'm impressed by the transparency and purity of Advait groundnut oil. It's flavorful and adds a special touch to all my recipes. Plus, the sustainable packaging is a big win for me!

Deepti Maheshwari

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Description

Our Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil is an embodiment of nature's goodness made from the finest farm-fresh groundnut seeds. This oil is meticulously cold pressed using a traditional stone-wooden chekku/ghani.

100% farm-fresh seeds are single-pressed for maximum bio-activity, and free from additives or preservatives. With an enticing aroma, natural heat stability, and a nutrient-dense profile, it's the ideal choice for all your culinary needs.

Health Benefits of Advait Living Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil

Not only is cold pressed groundnut oil versatile in the kitchen, its health benefits make it a favourite for many:  

I. Safer Cooking Medium:

  • It has 20% healthy saturated fats and upto 45% MUFA (monounsaturated fats) making it a heat stable oil, meaning the oil will not quickly breakdown into harmful compounds under application of heat. This makes the food safer to consume.
  • Preserves nutritional integrity even at higher temperatures.
  • Reusing of groundnut oil is not recommended, however if you decide to re-use your oil, ensure it is sieved and is without any sediments before reuse.


II. Nutrient-Dense Composition:

  • Packed with health fats such as Omega 9 & Omega6
  • A powerhouse of nutrients such as Vitamin E, Vitamin B, magnesium, and zinc.
  • Offers a holistic approach to overall well-being and vitality.


III. Chemical-Free Purity:

  • Extraction without chemicals or heat solvents ensures purity.
  • Free from harmful residues, maintaining the oil's wholesome nature


IV. May protect Cardiovascular Health:

  • Rich in monounsaturated fats, it promotes heart health by lowering bad cholesterol levels while elevating good cholesterol.
  • Lowers blood sugar

V. Brain Boosting Nutrients:

  • Abundant in essential fatty acids crucial for brain function.
  • Promotes cognitive development and mental well-being.


VI. Skin Radiance and Antioxidant Power:

  • Natural antioxidants, including Vitamin E, contribute to skin health.
  • Fights oxidative stress, keeping your skin radiant and youthful.

Making Process

Extraction Process of Advait Living's Groundnut Oil

The extraction and making process of our cold pressed groundnut oil involves several meticulous steps to ensure the highest quality and purity. Here's a detailed overview:

1. Locally Grown:

All our groundnuts come from our in-house farm or partner farms that practice natural agriculture without use of pesticides. We monitor all our partner farms to ensure overall quality and purity of the final product.

2. Seed Selection

Groudnut is threshed manually and harvested to get high quality seeds that are graded based on their ripeness and oil content to ensure they contribute to the rich flavour and nutritional content of the oil.

3. Cleaning and Sorting

After harvesting, the seeds undergo a thorough cleaning process to remove any impurities, dirt, or debris.

4. Cold Pressing Process

The hallmark of Advait Living's groundnut oil lies in the cold pressing method. Seeds are manually pressed in a cold press machine at very low rpm to obtain the oil. No toxic heat or chemical solvents are added and no external heat is applied. No chemical processing of any kind is deployed at any stage. This ensures the natural flavour and nutritional properties of the mustard oil remains intact.

5. Naturally Sedimented

Following the cold pressing, the raw and unrefined groundnut oil is allowed to sediment for a couple of days. This step allows any impurities or particles to settle at the bottom.

6. Cold-filtration

After the sedimentation period, the oil undergoes a careful filtration process using a cheesecloth. This step removes any remaining particles or sediment, leaving behind a clear and pure groudnut oil.

7. Packaging

The final product, now a fresh and aromatic virgin groundnut oil, is elegantly packaged in glass bottles. The choice of glass ensures that the oil remains uncontaminated by external factors and retains its pristine quality until it reaches the consumer.

Ingredients

100% Farm-fresh Groundnuts

Shipping

Glass Bottles: Our cold pressed groundnut oil is elegantly housed in high-quality glass bottles whenever possible logistically. This eco-friendly packaging ensures the preservation of purity, with the added bonus of being reusable. Local customers enjoy discounts on refills, contributing to a sustainable cycle.

Note: Our 1 Ltr groundnut oil is shipped in plastic bottles across India (outside of Agra and New Delhi). This is because our 1 Ltr oil bottles are made of fragile glass and have been damaged multiple times. We are looking for alternates and will shift soon to better solutions. Till then, please bear with us!

Sustainable Packaging: We're committed to sustainability. While our groundnut oil orders come in plastic-free packaging for local orders, outstation orders may include plastic bottles and/or bubble wrap for efficient shipping. We encourage you to reuse or return our packaging, reinforcing our dedication to a greener, healthier planet.

How To Use?

1. Cooking Delight:

Stirfrying and Sautéing: Stir-fry and sauté using our Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil. Its high smoke point and exceptional heat stability make it the ideal companion for achieving that perfect golden crispness.

Deep Frying: Indulge in deep-fried delights without compromising on health. The oil's heat stability ensures a consistent cooking experience, keeping your dishes both delicious and wholesome.

2. Skin & Hair Nourishment:

Body Massage: Embrace the natural goodness of our oil for a luxurious body massage. Packed with skincare benefits, it nourishes your skin, leaving it soft and supple.

Hair Oil: Pamper your locks with the richness of Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil. Apply as a hair oil to promote hair health, shine, and manageability.

3. Gentle Infant Massage:

In line with tradition, our cold pressed groundnut oil is an excellent choice for infant massage. Its anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory properties provide a gentle and nurturing experience for your little ones.

FAQ

Have questions? We've got answers! Check out our Frequently Asked Questions section for all the info you need. Find solutions, tips, and more to make your experience smoother.

Is cold pressed groundnut oil healthy?

Cold pressed groundnut oil is indeed a healthy choice due to its favorable fatty acid profile, retention of nutrients, and antioxidant content. When consumed as part of a balanced diet, it can contribute to overall health and well-being. However, like any oil, it should be used in moderation to reap its benefits without exceeding daily fat intake recommendations.

Nutritional Composition of Groundnut Oil (per 100 g)

  • Total fat: 93.4 grams
  • Vitamin E: 15.2 milligrams
  • Vitamin K: 4.3 micrograms
  • Fatty acids, total saturated: 16.2 grams
  • Fatty acids, total monounsaturated: 57.1 grams
  • Fatty acids, total polyunsaturated: 19.9 grams
  • Total trans fats: 0.172 grams

Health Benefits of Groundnut Oil:

1. Heart Health:

Monounsaturated fats can help lower bad cholesterol levels (LDL cholesterol) while raising good cholesterol levels (HDL cholesterol), thereby reducing the risk of heart disease.

2. Blood Sugar Control:

Consumption of monounsaturated fats may improve insulin sensitivity and help regulate blood sugar levels, which is beneficial for individuals with diabetes or those at risk of developing it.

3. Weight Management:

Incorporating moderate amounts of groundnut oil into a balanced diet may aid in weight management due to its ability to increase satiety and promote feelings of fullness.

4. Nutrient Absorption:

The healthy fats in groundnut oil can enhance the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins such as vitamins A, D, E, and K, which are essential for various bodily functions.

5. Antioxidants:

Cold pressed groundnut oil retains significant levels of vitamin E, an antioxidant that helps protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. Antioxidants play a crucial role in reducing the risk of chronic diseases and promoting overall health.

Which is better - first pressed or cold pressed groundnut oil?

'First pressed' and 'Cold pressed', both indicate a certain quality of any cooking oil.

'First-pressed' refers to the first batch of extracted oil, that typically offers a higher quality and purity. Any oil that is labelled 'first pressed' would indicate that the oilseeds were pressed only once and the extracted oil was bottled right after for consumption. Commercially oilseed are typically pressed multiple times to extract much larger quantities of oil and hence the oil quality may degrade with each repeat pressing of seed.

'Cold pressed', on the other hand refers to the actual extraction process of an oil. In this extraction method, oil is extracted without using heat-solvents or external heat, and such an would retain maximum nutrients and natural properties.

Which Oil is Better?

Cold pressed oils that are 'first pressed' or 'single pressed' are the highest quality of oils.

Some cold pressed oils may be pressed multiple times as well. With each repeat pressing of oilseeds, the quality of oils deteriorates. Check the manufacture's label for 'First Pressed', 'Single Pressed', & 'Cold Pressed' to get the highest quality of oil.

What is the difference between cold pressed and regular groundnut oil?

Cold pressed groundnut oil is generally considered superior in terms of nutritional quality and flavour compared to regular groundnut oil. The primary difference between cold pressed and regular groundnut oil lies in the method of extraction, which impacts the oil's quality, nutritional composition, and flavour.

Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil:

  • Cold pressed groundnut oil is extracted from groundnuts (peanuts) without the use of heat.
  • The nuts are mechanically pressed at lower temperatures, typically below 120°F (49°C), to extract the oil. 
  • This gentle extraction method helps preserve the oil's natural flavour and nutritional integrity.
  • It helps retain more of the oil's natural nutrients, including essential fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants. As a result, cold pressed groundnut oil tends to have a higher nutritional value compared to refined oils.
  • Cold pressed groundnut oil retains the true, nutty flavour and aroma of peanuts, making it a preferred choice for culinary purposes.

Regular (Processed/Refined) Groundnut Oil:

  • Regular groundnut oil, also known as refined or processed groundnut oil, is typically extracted using heat and/or chemical solvents such as hexane.
  • The use of heat and chemical solvents in the extraction process of regular groundnut oil may result in the loss of certain heat-sensitive nutrients, including vitamins and antioxidants. Consequently, refined groundnut oil may have lower nutritional value compared to cold pressed varieties.
  • Refined groundnut oil often has a milder flavour and aroma compared to cold pressed oil.
  • The refining process removes impurities and natural flavours, resulting in increased shelf life and more neutral-tasting oil that may be preferred for certain cooking applications where a lighter flavour is desired.

Key Differences:

1. Nutritional Content: Cold pressed groundnut oil retains more nutrients due to the absence of heat and chemical solvents during extraction, making it a healthier choice.

2. Flavor Profile: Cold pressed groundnut oil maintains the natural flavour and aroma of peanuts, while regular groundnut oil may have a milder, more neutral taste.

3. Processing Method: Cold pressed groundnut oil is minimally processed, whereas regular groundnut oil undergoes refining processes that may involve heat and chemical solvents.

Do you have a bigger pack of groundnut oil available?

Yes, we have 5 L packs available. Drop us a WhatsApp text at +91 90848 94625 to enquire prices or order bigger packaging.

What is the shelf life of the groundnut oil?

The shelf life of Advait Living cold pressed groundnut oil is 9 months. To extend the shelf life of groundnut oil and maintain its quality, it's essential to store it properly. Here are some tips to properly store our cold pressed groundnut oil.

Tips to Properly Store Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil:

1. Cool and Dark Location: 

Store groundnut oil in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight and heat sources. Exposure to light and heat can accelerate oxidation, leading to rancidity and a shorter shelf life.

2. Airtight Container: 

Transfer the groundnut oil to an airtight container to protect it from air exposure. Oxygen can also contribute to oxidation, so minimizing air contact helps preserve the oil's freshness.

3. Avoid Moisture: 

Keep groundnut oil away from moisture and humidity, as water can promote the growth of mold and bacteria, leading to spoilage.

4. Use Clean Utensils: 

Always use clean and dry utensils when handling groundnut oil to prevent contamination.

5. Check for Signs of Spoilage: 

Periodically check the oil for any signs of spoilage, such as off odours, unusual colours, or a rancid taste. If the oil appears or smells off, it's best to discard it.

By following these storage tips, you can help extend the shelf life of groundnut oil and ensure its quality for a longer period.

My cold pressed groundnut oil is creating a fizz/foam. Is that normal?

Cold pressed oils may sometimes create foam or fizz while cooking. This is because freshly cold pressed oils may have some moisture present in them. It is by no means rancid or bad. The moisture gets heated and evaporates and you can continue cooking. The quality of oil is not compromised.

What are the benefits of cooking in groundnut oil?

Groundnut oil, also known as peanut oil, has been a staple in many cuisines around the world for centuries. It is extracted from peanuts and is renowned for its distinctive flavour and versatility in cooking. When it comes to the health aspects of groundnut oil, cold pressed version of this oil particularly stands out for its nutritional benefits.

Cold pressed groundnut oil retains more of the nutrients present in peanuts compared to oils extracted through heat or chemical processes. This preservation of nutrients makes it a healthier choice.

1. Monounsaturated Fats

One of the key components of groundnut oil is monounsaturated fats, specifically oleic acid (Omega 9). These healthy fats have been linked to numerous health benefits, including benefits to heart conditions by lowering cholesterol and reducing inflammation.

2. Polyunsaturated Fats

Groundnut oil also contains polyunsaturated fats, primarily linoleic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid may help in the growth and development of the brain. It may also help stimulate skin and hair growth, maintain bone health, regulate metabolism, and maintain the reproductive system.

While omega-6 fatty acids are essential for the body, they should be consumed in moderation as an imbalance between omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids can contribute to inflammation.

3. Vitamins and Antioxidants

Cold-pressed groundnut oil retains significant levels of vitamin E, an antioxidant that helps protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. Antioxidants play a crucial role in reducing the risk of chronic diseases and promoting overall health.

Is cold pressed groundnut oil good for heart?

Yes, cold pressed groundnut oil is good for heart health. It contains predominantly monounsaturated fats, such as oleic acid, which have been shown to have beneficial effects on heart health. These healthy fats can help lower levels of bad cholesterol (LDL cholesterol) while increasing levels of good cholesterol (HDL cholesterol), which in turn reduces the risk of heart disease.

I. Monounsaturated Fats: A Heart-Healthy Component

1. Oleic Acid Content: 

Cold pressed groundnut oil is rich in monounsaturated fats, primarily oleic acid. These healthy fats have been extensively studied for their positive effects on heart health.

2. Cholesterol Management: 

Oleic acid helps lower levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, commonly referred to as "bad" cholesterol, while simultaneously increasing levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, known as "good" cholesterol. This balance is also crucial for maintaining cardiovascular health and reducing the risk of heart disease.

II. Nutrient Retention in Cold Pressing

Cold pressed groundnut oil is extracted without the use of excessive heat or chemical solvents, allowing it to retain more of its natural nutrients compared to oils processed using conventional methods.

III. Other Heart Health Benefits

1. Reduced Risk of Cardiovascular Disease: 

Consuming cold pressed groundnut oil as part of a balanced diet can contribute to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. Its favourable fatty acid profile and nutrient content support healthy cholesterol levels and overall heart function.

2. Anti-inflammatory Effects: 

The preservation of vitamin E and antioxidants in cold pressed groundnut oil provides additional cardiovascular benefits. These compounds help protect against oxidative stress and inflammation, which are underlying factors in the development of heart disease. By reducing inflammation, this oil supports the health and proper functioning of blood vessels and the cardiovascular system.

Are there any value saver schemes for groundnut oil?

Yes, you can avail of a monthly subscription for buying our cold pressed groundnut oil at discounted rates. Drop us a WhatsApp text at +91 90848 94625 to enquire.

What is the price of 1 litre Advait Living cold pressed groundnut oil?

The price of 1 litre Advait Living Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil is Rs 465/-.

How to use groundnut oil in cooking?

Cold Pressed Groundnut oil is incredibly versatile and can be used in various cooking methods to enhance the flavour of dishes. Here's how you can use groundnut oil in cooking:

1. Frying and Deep Frying:

  • Groundnut oil's high smoke point makes it ideal for frying and deep frying. Use it to fry foods like French fries, pakoras, chicken wings, or fish fillets.
  • Ensure the oil is heated to the appropriate temperature (usually around 350-375°F or 175-190°C) before adding the food to be fried.

2. Sautéing and Stir-Frying:

  • Heat groundnut oil in a pan or wok over medium-high heat.
  • Add chopped vegetables, meat, tofu, or seafood and cook quickly by stirring continuously. The oil adds flavour and helps prevent sticking.
  • Use in dishes like stir-fried vegetables, noodles, or curries.

3. Roasting and Baking:

  • Coat vegetables, meats, or seafood with groundnut oil before roasting in the oven. This helps achieve a crispy exterior and seals in moisture.
  • Use it in baking recipes like cakes, muffins, and bread for added richness and moisture.

4. Salad Dressings and Marinades:

  • Combine groundnut oil with vinegar or citrus juice, herbs, and spices to create flavorful salad dressings.
  • Use it as a base for marinades for meats, poultry, or tofu before grilling or roasting.

5. Seasoning and Drizzling:

  • Use groundnut oil to season dishes by drizzling a small amount over cooked vegetables, pasta, rice, or grilled meats.
  • It can also be used as a finishing oil to add richness and flavour to soups, stews, or sauces.

6. Basting and Grilling:

  • Brush groundnut oil onto meats, poultry, or vegetables before grilling to prevent sticking and add flavour.
  • Use it for basting during grilling to keep foods moist and enhance their taste.

Remember to use groundnut oil in moderation and adjust the amount based on your personal taste preferences and the specific requirements of your recipe. Enjoy experimenting with this versatile and flavorful oil in your cooking endeavours!

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Shubham Rathore
Value for price

After using this groundnut oil, I feel healthier and more energetic. It's definitely a good value for its price compared to some other brands available.

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Anupama
10/10 for packaging

The natural aroma and 10/10 packaging of Advait Living Groundnut oil are truly impressive. It has not disappointed me at all. I'm enjoying the taste and even occasionally using it for body massage. Loving the versatility of this extremely amazing product by Advait living.

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Ankita Saxena
Fresh Fries!

It's flavourful and gives a wonderful aroma to dishes. I have tried frying with it, and the results were amazing.

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Shikha Gupta
Fresh and natural

I ordered this groundnut oil to try for the first time, and now I've completely shifted to Advait Living's oils. They're fresh, natural, and have an excellent taste. Plus, their products are beautifully crafted. Highly recommended!

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Manasi Khetal
Best groundnut oil in the market!

Advait Living's groundnut oil stands out from similar products offered on Amazon and other websites. It's hands down the best choice available!

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Advait Living Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil

Advait Living Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil represents a harmonious blend of tradition, purity, and wellness, enriching culinary experiences while nurturing holistic well-being.

A Nourishing Culinary Excellence

Advait Living Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil is a premium cooking oil crafted to elevate culinary experiences while promoting holistic well-being. Embracing purity and tradition, this oil is meticulously extracted using the traditional technique of cold pressing, ensuring unparalleled quality and authenticity.

Key Features of Advait Living Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil

Pure and Authentic: Advait Living's pure groundnut oil is 100% raw, unrefined and cold pressed groundnut oil. It is obtained from groundnut seeds (raw peanuts) by mechanically pressing them usually on a traditional ghani and without the use of any toxic heat or chemical solvents and any chemical processing at all.

Virgin & Single Press: It is called ‘virgin’ mainly because it is ‘single pressed’ without repeated pressing of the seeds for extraction of additional oil. This makes it one of the highest-quality oil and is often ranked as “Grade A” oil. 

Cold Pressed Vs Kachi Ghani Groundnut Oil: Cold Press is a technique where the oil is extracted at low temperatures without any external heat or chemicals, ensuring that the natural properties and nutrients of the seeds are retained. "Kachi Ghani" is a term used in India that refers to the ‘cold press machine’ or the ‘cold press technique’. Thus the word ‘kachi ghani’ is a hindi term for "cold-pressed".

Characteristics of Pure Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil: Advait Living's kachi ghani  groundnut oil stands apart from commercial refined oils and boasts of

  • Taste of freshness
  • Pleasant nutty aroma
  • Full of flavour
  • Highly heat stable
  • Zero blending with any other oil
  • Free of chemical processing of any kind
  • Naturally sedimented and filtered using a cheese-cloth
  • Free of toxic heat-solvents or harmful trans-fats
  • Zero bleaching, deacidification, dewaxing or deodorizing. Safe to consume
  • Full of nutrients that are easily available for the body to use
  • Zero artificially produced free fatty acids
  • Healthier alternative to refined oils, especially refined sunflower oil

Cooking Recommendation with Unrefined Groundnut Oil: Advait Living's organic and pure groundnut oil is highly heat-stable oil. Groundnut oil has been a staple for cooking in Indian households and it is highly versatile. Here’s how you can use cold pressed groundnut oil for a variety of cooking and more specifically to

  • Sauté vegetables especially used in all Marathi and South Indian cooking
  • Use it to make peanut chutney, poha, chedva, upma, bhelpuri, etc
  • Use it as a tadka in your dal or raita
  • Easily replace refined sunflower oil with cold pressed groundnut oil in all your dishes
  • Drizzle in salads or use it to make continental foods
  • Bake breads, sourdoughs, or any savoury dish
  • Marinade chicken, paneer or meat for a difference experience

Health Benefits of Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil: Cold pressed groundnut oil is packed with nutrition and is highly bioavailable, making it easily digestible and beneficial for energy metabolism.

  • It is has 20% Saturated Fats, almost 45% MUFA (oleic acid- Omega 9 primarily) and 35% PUFA (linoleic acid- Omega 6 primarily). High levels of saturated fats and MUFA make the oil more stable under heat, allowing it to be a good medium for all type of cooking.
  • As per a recent study, the consumption of groundnut oil which is rich in MUFA has been found to slightly but significantly decrease the blood glucose, lipid. peroxidation, and lipid profile and increases antioxidant levels in Type II diabetic patients.
  • Research suggests that it is a very good source of  δ‐tocopherol, a type of vitamin E, that enhances the immune system and plays a role in antiinflammatory processes.
  • It also contains β-sitosterol, a plant-sterol, which may fight against breast, prostate, and colon cancer by inhibiting the growth of cancer cells.

Price of kachi ghani groundnut oil: Indulge in the purity and authenticity of Advait Living’s Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil at very reasonable rates: Rs 170/- for 250 ml, Rs 465/- for 1 Ltr and 1975/- (Value Pack) for 5Ltrs.

How to Order Advait Living’s Cold Pressed Groundnut Oil?: Order your favourite pure and authentic groundnut oil online via the website advaitliving.com or through WhatsApp at +91 9084894625. Avail Free Shipping on all orders above Rs 2500, with discounts and offers available at the discretion of the company.