kindly read the following conversation .
Does it mean saturated fats are harmful
no.roughly speaking and easy for memorizing:
mono un saturated 10%
poly un saturated 10%
thus the total 30 percent of dietary calories should come from fats.
but recently the US recommendation shifted to 7% limiting in case of
but NHS uk still continue with the 10 percent.
it seems they mostly follow european union standards.[?],this last sentance i am not pretty sure.. australia and new zealand ,these are eu countries , i know ,you know.
for -other than US standards i just look in the diabetes UK.
there is what is called indian national institute of nutrition NIN under icmr .
they have a book and also we get in the net ..
in this book they give combinations of oils.
"Hence, the choice of cooking oil should be as
Groundnut or Sesame or Rice bran+ Mustard
Groundnut or Sesame or Rice bran+ Canola
Groundnut or Sesame or Rice bran+ Soyabean
Palmolein + Soyabean
Safflower or Sunflower + Palmolein + Mustard
Use of more than one source of fat/oil has the added advantage of providing a
variety of minor components in the diet. An additional way of increasing alpha-
linolenic (n-3) acid intake is to ensure regular consumption of oils and foods rich in
kindly read in the original by them =DIETARY GUIDELINES
- A Manual
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NUTRITION
Hyderabad – 500 007, INDIA