Healthier Cooking is just a Bottle of Thrive Algae Oil Away
Cooking for a healthy lifestyle just got a lot easier with Thrive’s algae oils, the cooking oil alternative that helps provide wellness benefits for the heart. Making an exact substitute for conventional cooking oil, their algae oil can be used for fried recipes, baking, or salad dressings. It features a neutral taste, and the smoke point is 485° Fahrenheit, increasing its usefulness for sauteing and other types of frying. Thrive also chose to specialize in algae oil because it’s full of healthy monosaturated fat, but contains 75% less saturated fats than olive oil.
Omega 9 Fatty Acids & Eco-Friendly Production make Thrive Algae Oils a Modern Winner
With huge amounts of monosaturated “good” fat, Thrive algae oils may help to boost the well-being of the heart, while aiding in balancing blood pressure and blood sugar levels. The Omega 9 fatty acids it contains, besides helping the body run better, are stable at high temperatures and won’t get spoiled by cooking. Healthy for your metabolism, it’s also healthy for the planet. Production of algae oil is eco-friendly and very efficient on land and water use. One acre used to make algae oil produces 450 gallons, almost doubling coconut oil yield and tripling the harvest of olive oil per acre.
How an Algae Species from Chestnut Trees is the Foundation of Thrive
Sustainability and health are both motivators for Thrive, which works to serve both people and the planet. They achieve this through innovation, research, and good, old-fashioned, sleeves-rolled-up hard work. They found a type of extremely productive algae that usually grows in chestnut tree sap. The algae are grown in distillers like those use to make alcoholic beverages, fed with renewable plant sugars. In a matter of days, they’ve got a new “crop” ready to squeeze the oil out of with an expeller press, before starting the process again.