Soyabean Oil

five fatty acids:

palmitic acid (16:0),

stearic acid (18:0),

oleic acid (18:1),

linoleic acid (18:2), 

linolenic acid (18:3).

soybean oil averages 10%, 4%, 18%, 55%, and 13%, respectively.

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Soybean oil is used in a wide variety of packaged foods, baked goods, snacks, dressings and sauces, in addition to being sold on its own as a cooking oil. It’s considered to be a vegetable oil and is often sold as a blend with other oils, including canola, corn, safflower and sunflower oils.Soybean oil contains a good amount of omega-3 fatty acids in each serving . Omega-3 fatty acids have been linked to a number of health benefits and play an integral role in heart health, fetal development, brain function, and immunity.

Magic beans: Five amazing uses for soybeans
  • Healthier cooking oil. Soybean oil is used in baking cakes to frying french fries. …
  • Sustainable fuel. …
  • Cleaner oceans, lakes, and rivers. …
  • Safer everyday household products. …
  • Better food for animals.


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