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SOYBEAN OIL FOR HEALTH

Discover the health benefits of soybean oil for baking, frying, cooking and salad dressings. Soybean oil is high in poly- and monounsaturated fats, low in saturated fats and trans fat-free. Even after extraction, soybean oil retains its natural antioxidants. Affordable, versatile and mild, soybean oil is used in over 75% of all commercial U.S. food production. When purchasing vegetable oil, check the label and you may be surprised to find you’re buying 100% soybean oil.

SOYBEAN OIL COOKING TIPS

For maximum soybean oil benefits, store at room temperature, away from heat in the refrigerator or a dry, dark place. It will keep for up to one year.

Soy Bean Oil Recipes

With its high smoke point, soybean oil is great for frying and stir-frying. Use canned vegetable oil spray for low-fat sautéing.

Dietitian Endorsed Recipes

For healthier baked goods recipes, replace the saturated fats in butter and shortening with soybean oil.

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NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS OF SOYBEAN OIL

New biotech soybean oils, such as high oleic, can help the food industry to provide healthier foods with no trans fats and less saturated fat. Read more.

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Soybean oil is a good source of omega-3 oil fatty acids which may reduce the risk of heart disease and osteoporosis.

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Cholesterol-free soybean oil contains phytosterols that may lower LDL cholesterol.

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HEALTH & BIOTECHNOLOGY

Learn how bio-enhanced soybean oil and soyfoods can provide healthier diets.

SOYBEAN OIL BENEFITS

Find technical information about the benefits of soybean oil and soybeans.

THE POPULAR CHOICE

Food manufacturers and consumers prefer soybean oil for many of the same reasons.