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alexandrasandra
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Hello everyone!

My blood type is B and I should avoid oils and of course replace oils with olive oil. Yes, of course I do! But sometimes in some products (I really like rice milk) there is added a small amount of sunflower oil.
Recently I found a rice milk with the addition of rice oil. Is rise oil better than sunflower oil ? If for type B is beneficial rice flour, is the rice oil better than sunflower oil? (sunflower is avoid for type B).

Oil is only an addition to rice milk, very small, the minimum percentage, maybe 0,1% or less. But I m not sure If rise - oil should be better than sunflower oil for type B ?

Please reply !

P. S. Of course I drink regular milk and also I eat dairy products, but I just have a weakness for of ricemilk and oatmilk.

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sunflower is off limits for me....
rice bran oil is a better choice.....
still I stick to my deep blue anti inflammatory oils given in my personalized swami report


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I'm thinking about one thing.

If for group B olives (greek, green, black, every) are avoid, why olive oil is beneficial?

And then, when rice bran are beneficial, is rice oil more beneficial than olive oil?

Thank You !
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rice bran oil has a high smoke point......

olive oil is best for salads


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rice bran oil has a high smoke point......

olive oil is best for salads


THANK YOU VERY MUCH ! Now I understand  
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I simply LOVE rice bran oil. It does not have to be refrigerated, either.


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I simply LOVE rice bran oil. It does not have to be refrigerated, either.


If Your blood type is A, oils are for You better than for me for sure (linseed oil, canola oil).
But generally You should also choose Olive-Oil, like group B.
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Rice bran oil has not been evaluated for BTD. Rice bran is neutral or beneficial for all types. It's therefore logical to conclude that rice bran oil is compliant for everybody. That's what we do when a specific food (rice oil) is not evaluated independently- make logical guesses based on the data we do have.


Rice bran oil (unknown, but likely fine) is definitely a better choice than sunflower seed oil (a definite avoid for Os, Bs, and ABs.)

When a food and its oil ARE rated separately, we use the separate ratings. A perfect example is olives and olive oil. There's something beneficial about olives that's concentrated in the oil. And there's something harmful about whole olives that gets removed when the oil is separated from it.


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The manner in which any oil is expressed is important.  Olive oil is recommended with the implicit notion that it's Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Cold pressed.  This is the really expensive stuff.

Sunflower oil is often heat extracted.  My vague understanding is that as a result, it's oxidized right out of the factory.  And your body will need to neutralize the free radicals, which will otherwise cause cellular damage.

Unless the label says they're cold expeller pressed, you can assume that your rice milk contains harmful oils.


My SWAMI diet is a blend of BTD and GTD Explorer, but I'm not totally compliant.  Also I try to choose foods that have a Low Glycemic index.  DW and DD are A+, probably also Explorer.
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I don't know if food processing "standards" are the same in Poland as they are in the USA. I don't think the big junk food corporations have quite as much power in eastern Europe. There's certainly a lot fewer GMOs in Europe than here.


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Ruthie, Rice Bran Oil may not have a value in BTD, however, it is on my SWAMI: I believe it's a Diamond.


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Rice bran oil happens to be a diamond oil  for me. Can't get any better than that!  


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Quoted from ruthiegirl
I don't know if food processing "standards" are the same in Poland as they are in the USA. I don't think the big junk food corporations have quite as much power in eastern Europe. There's certainly a lot fewer GMOs in Europe than here.


Definitely in Eastern Europe is healthier food than in the west. USA is probably the most GMOs, etc. Everything bad that comes to Eastern Europe, is just out of the west. Earlier eastern Europe didn't know unhealthy food, the food wasn't prepared.
This is also a question of mentality.

The largest companies are in the United States, but it is a very rich country. To the east is a lot of poor people, well, big companies don't invest just in poor areas.

But what does it matter? We all want to just be healthy and it doesn't matter where we live. I am often in Switzerland and Netherlands, there is a lot of healthy food.

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The manner in which any oil is expressed is important.  Olive oil is recommended with the implicit notion that it's Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Cold pressed.  This is the really expensive stuff.

Sunflower oil is often heat extracted.  My vague understanding is that as a result, it's oxidized right out of the factory.  And your body will need to neutralize the free radicals, which will otherwise cause cellular damage.

Unless the label says they're cold expeller pressed, you can assume that your rice milk contains harmful oils.


Yes, I agree with that answer. I know that Oil rice with rice milk, for which I asked, is cold pressed.
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