Health benefits of palm oil and it's advantage to the African villages

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Palm oil is an edible vegetable oil derived from the reddish pulp of the fruit of the oil palms. Palm oil has long been recognized in West and Central African countries, and is widely used as a cooking oil.

At, we procure authentic red palm oil directly from West African villages where it has been produced for many years.

The oil winning process, in summary, involves the reception of fresh fruit bunches from the plantations, sterilizing and threshing of the bunches to free the palm fruit, mashing the fruit and pressing out the crude palm oil. The crude oil is further treated to purify and dry it for storage and export.

You’ve probably heard the horror stories about palm oil: heart disease, high blood pressure, Cancer and cyanide poisoning and may think, why not stop using palm oil? Valid question. But there are good reasons for choosing palm over other oils.

Palm oil is a great source of carotenoids and vitamin E, which act as antioxidants to help prevent cell damage. Other potential health benefits include better heart health, improved brain health, reducing the risk of vision problems and preventing vitamin A deficiency.

At, the oil we get from the African villages are produced manually without any addition of chemical additives, bleaching, deodorants and red food coloring, yet can stay on the shelf for up to seven (7) years without refrigeration.

Procuring oil from villages across West Africa, where the palm oil grows naturally in the tropical rainforest, as opposed to large habitat destructive platforms with GMO trees and chemical extraction processes not only saves the environment, but it also brings a 100% nutrient-rich cooking oil to the rest of the world while creating gainful employment for African villagers.

For each purchase of Royal palm oil, you are protecting wildlife habitats, supporting the environment and employing African village producers not large corporate interests with large plantations and huge industrial complexes.

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