Sunflower Oil Nutrients and Benefits

Have you ever tried the real Sunflower Oil? Have you ever smelled it? Have you ever seen the color of the real genuine 100% pure Sunflower Oil? It is amazing. Last time I tried that kind of Sunflower Oil was in Ukraine when I was about twelve years old. Me and my dad got the seeds from sunflowers and went to some place where they squeeze out the oil for you out of your seeds. When we got out of there and went home, we actually took some fresh bread and dipped it in that oil and ate it. And I think we used some salt, but I’m not sure. I will never forget that taste, the best of the best. I have been looking in stores for anything similar to it and I couldn’t find anything even close to that oil in any typical or organic stores. I tried a few of the ones we bought and still nothing was what I am looking for. But then we realized that Russian Grocery stores in America sell sunflower oils. So we started trying out different brands. All of the brands were still too far away from the real color, taste and smell, except for one sunflower oil brand called Kubanochka Unrefined Sunflower Oil, in Russian it is Кубаночка™. Yep, believe it or not, I finally found a brand in Sunflower oil that is actually reminds me of my childhood memories about the Real, Genuine, Fresh, and Tasty Sunflower Oil. The Real sunflower oil is really good for our health, if you enjoy it in the right amounts, just don’t overdose on it because of the Omega Fatty Acids and Vitamin E. The Nutrients in about 100 grams of Sunflower Oil are:
- Vitamin E (Extreme Amount)
- Vitamin K
- Calories (Good amount)
- Natural Fats (Extreme amount)
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids (Linolenic)
- Omega 6 Fatty Acids (Linoleic)
- Omega 9 Fatty Acids (Oleic)

Like I said before if you use just the right amount of Sunflower Oil in your foods, then you could enjoy these benefits and not overdose and get sick later:
- Protects skin from ultraviolet light
- Protects from free radicals
- Improves cell function
- May prevent from Prostate cancer
- Helps protect from Alzheimer’s disease
- Improves digestive system function
- Prevents tingling under skin
- Improves sensation under skin
- Reduces Gallbladder problems
- Reduces Liver issues
- Improves blood clotting
- Improves wound healing
- Reduces risk of CAD, Coronary Artery Disease
- Reduces bleeding
- Improves kidney function
- Improves bone growth
- May protect from osteoporosis
- Improves skin growth
- Improves hair growth
- Regulates Metabolism
- Maintains Reproductive Capability
- Improves brain function
- Improves brain growth

10 thoughts on “Sunflower Oil Nutrients and Benefits

  1. I am interested in the Kubanochka Unrefined Sunflower oil.
    Where can I buy this brand sunflower oil from internet ? I am in Hong Kong.

    Thanks!

  2. Try finding a local Russian Food Market store because I can’t find it online, I did find this one http://www.delitoyou.com/index.php?p=product&id=438&parent=25 but it is Refined, and I believe that unrefined will taste and smell better.
    Even our Russian local store doesn’t always have this brand of Russian Sunflower oil, they always have other kinds, but rarely this one. Just do your own web research and maybe you’ll find it :) if you do, please let me know, so I can let everyone here know about it.

  3. Okay, this store called me DeliToYou.com and they said that they can do an international order of Russian Foods, but you’ll have to pay the shipping and handling charges. Here is their phone number and you can tell them that Vladimir Yasmenko referred you to them: 877-806-5983 they are located in Los Angeles, USA.

  4. You will be happy to know that Wal-Mart now has “Pure” and “Virgin” Sunflower Oil from Ukraine in some of their stores. We have the distributorship for all of North America and hope to get it out to more retail chains shortly. If you can’t find it in your local WM store, send me a note and I can let you know which store has it in your area. I’d love to get feedback.

  5. I have this fabulous oil in my pantry as we speak….I found it in a Russian grocer. When I saw the colour, I knew this was the stuff. I am from Turkey originally, but both my folks were from Crimea. At any event, I made the best french fries ever. Super crispy and no oil absorbed whatsoever. Just fried up some eggplant, zucchini and peppers, to be served room temp. with fresh garlic and yogurt sauce….

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