Minyak gandum / Wheat Germ Oil

100% PURE & NATURAL

COLD PRESSED – UNREFINED – FOOD GRADE

 

Komposisi :
100% Minyak Gandum
Ingredients :
100% Wheat germ oil

Cara penyajian :
Tambahkan ke makanan dan sayuran.
How to use
Salad dressing, drizzle it on vegetables, pasta, or other dishes for a boost of flavor and omega3 – fatty acids.

Cara Penyimpanan :
Simpan di tempat kering & terhindar dari sinar matahari langsung. Simpan pada suhu di bawah 30o C
Storage method :
Store in a dry place avoid sunlight directly. Store at temperature under 30o C


Wheat Germ Oil: The Vegetable Oil with Ample of Benefits

With increasing awareness of the benefits of vegetable oils as food and nutraceuticals (health-enhancing foods), the demand for vegetable oil has rapidly risen. However, this global trend leads to the insufficiency of vegetable oils, which entails exploring new sources of edible oil to meet the demands. And wheat germ oil is as valuable as gold. The oil gets extracted through the cold-pressing method without exposure to oxygen and light to prevent the loss of essential nutrients.

Wheat is the primary staple food in India. Wheat bran and wheat germ are two parts of wheat grain; the outer coat of the grain and the reproductive part of the grain, respectively. Wheat germ oil gets extracted from the germ part of the wheat grain. Wheat germ is the heart of the wheat kernel. The germ part of wheat is the nutrient-dense core with the highest protein, vitamins, and minerals content. Wheat germ oil has a sweet, slightly nutty, and pleasant grainy flavour and offers vitamins and antioxidants higher than any other natural oil. Therefore, this oil is suitable for culinary, medicinal, and therapeutic purposes.

Nutritional Composition of Wheat Germ Oil

The nutritional composition of wheat germ oil per 100g is as follows:

  • Calories: 884 kcal
  • Total fat content: 100g
  • Saturated fatty acids: 18.8 g
  • Monounsaturated fatty acids: 15.1 g
  • Polyunsaturated fats: 61.7 g
  • Choline: 20 mg
  • Vitamin E: 149 mg
  • Vitamin K: 27.7 μg

Calories

One hundred grams of wheat germ oil has about 884 kcal. So when you use one tablespoon of wheat germ oil, it will provide 120 Kcal.

Carbohydrates

Wheat germ oil contains zero carbohydrates, meaning no starch, fibre, or sugar. Without carbohydrates, the glycemic index of wheat germ oil is also zero. Zero glycemic index means there’s no effect on blood sugar levels.

Lipids (Fats)

Wheat germ oil is a source of polyunsaturated fatty acids, also regarded as good fat. It contains both omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. In addition, it contains alpha-linolenic acid as well as linoleic acid. It also contains healthy monounsaturated fatty acids along with saturated fatty acids. Wheat germ oil contains eight times more omega-6 (linoleic acid) fatty acids than omega-3 (linolenic acid) fatty acids. However, it can also be a downside because omega-3 is healthier than omega-6.

Vitamins and Minerals

Wheat germ oil provides an alpha-tocopherol form of vitamin E. A single serving of wheat germ oil can provide 135% of recommended daily vitamin E intake. It also contains a small amount of vitamin K used for blood clotting. While minerals are abundant in wheat germ, most minerals get lost during the oil extraction. As a result, there are only trace minerals in the wheat germ oil.

Health Benefits of Wheat Germ Oil

Helps Treat Cardiovascular Diseases

Wheat germ oil contains nutrients that help treat the symptoms associated with cardiovascular disorders. Wheat germ oil contains phytosterols that reduce cholesterol levels by reducing their absorption. In addition, the omega-3 fatty acids in wheat germ oil help reduce blood cholesterol levels. Studies show that omega-3 fatty acid has significantly reduced the mortality risk caused by cardiac arrhythmias and coronary heart diseases. It reduces the risks associated with CHD like LDL cholesterol levels and high blood pressure and improves blood circulation. DHA and EPA omega-3 fatty are excellent cardioprotective agents.

Omega-3 fatty acids in wheat germ oil decrease the levels of serum triglycerides by boosting the degradation of fatty acids. In addition, reduction in hepatic synthesis of LDL cholesterol also helps reduce triglyceride levels.

Another study shows that omega-3 fatty acid intake reduces plasma triglycerides, resting heart rate, and blood pressure. It enhances the efficiency of myocardial function and improves vascular function by increasing blood flow. It suggests that consuming omega-3 fatty acids reduces the risk of sudden cardiac death.

Antioxidant Properties

Wheat germ oil is a good source of vitamin E, a powerful radical-scavenging antioxidant that helps scavenge free radicals such as lipid oxidation and peroxidation. It also contains different forms of vitamin E; tocotrienols and alpha-tocopherols. Lipid oxidation is a precursor of chronic metabolic disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and cancer. It also helps to improve the immune system. In addition, vitamin E possesses anti-inflammatory properties that help in easing inflammation.

Studies suggest that increased levels of tocopherols in the body show scavenging effects against oxidation damage. As a result, it reduces the progression of atherosclerosis, fatty liver diseases, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases.

study demonstrates that tocopherols inhibit the formation and growth of cancer in the lungs and colon. In addition, it shows the anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic activities of tocopherols in the lungs and colon.

Anti-Ageing Properties

Wheat germ oil contains potent antioxidants which possess anti-ageing activities. It delays the progression of anti-ageing signs and symptoms such as dull skin, uneven tone, wrinkles, fine lines, enlarged pores, dry skin, sagging, and dark spots on the skin. Wheat germ oil has omega-3 fatty acids that possess nourishing and moisturising effects and help treat dry and damaged skin. It has a potent antioxidant nutrient, vitamin E that fights against free radicals and prevents oxidative damage. It reduces the appearance of wrinkles and scars by stimulating collagen formation between cells.

Studies suggest wheat germ oil contains vitamin E, B-complex, unsaturated fatty acids, and other phytochemicals. It further shows that the dose-dependent formulation of wheat germ oil significantly increased the wound healing activity. For example, wheat germ ointment reduced the wound size by 90% within three weeks.

Wheat germ oil has nourishing and moisturising properties that help in hair growth. It stimulates the growth of hair and increases blood circulation in the scalp. Linoleic and alpha-linolenic acid in wheat germ oil strengthens the hair follicles and restores the moisture content in the hair strands. It improves the elasticity of hair strands and adds shine, strength, and softness to the hair.

Anti-Diabetic Effect

study assesses the effects of wheat germ oil on diabetes. It demonstrated that wheat germ oil significantly reduced the fasting blood glucose, HbA1c, serum lipid profile, serum insulin, and HDL cholesterol levels. Persistent hyperglycemia increased the production of free radicals in diabetic patients. Wheat germ oil possesses potent antioxidant activity that scavenges the free radicals and reduces oxidative damage. The study proved that high doses of wheat germ oil exhibit anti-diabetic, anti-hyperlipidemic, and antioxidant properties. In addition, it possesses protective effects against diabetic complications.

Possible Side Effects of Wheat Germ Oil

While there are certain benefits of wheat germ oil, it can also cause various potential risks such as:

Allergic Reactions

Wheat germ oil is relatively safe and has several health benefits but can cause allergic reactions. A protein named agglutinin is present in wheat germ associated with a wheat allergy. Although during the extraction of wheat germ oil, loss of a large amount of protein occurs. It is not sure whether germ oil will cause allergic symptoms. It’s better to be safe than sorry, and you should avoid using wheat germ oil if you have a wheat allergy. It can cause gastrointestinal problems, skin irritation, and dizziness. It can be severe if the individual has pre-existing medical conditions.

Kidney Stones

Wheat germ contains high oxalate content. It has about 10 milligrams of oxalic acid per tablespoon. Excess consumption of oxalate can be the cause of kidney stones in people. However, the presence of oxalic acid wheat germ oil is not known.

Interacts With Anti-Diabetic Drugs

Wheat germ oil often regulates blood sugar levels, hence maintaining diabetic conditions. But taking alongside anti-diabetic drugs can lead to dangerously low blood sugar levels. It can cause hypoglycemic conditions.

Topical Application of Wheat Germ Oil

Wheat germ oil can cause skin irritation, inflammation, redness, swelling, and rashes in people with sensitive skin or hypersensitivity. It is best to avoid the oil. Do a patch test before applying it topically anywhere on the body.

Interacts With Hypertension Medications

Wheat germ oil lowers blood pressure. However, if taken with blood pressure-lowering medications, it might lead to a deadly drop in blood pressure. Always consult a physician about wheat germ oil before adding this into the diet.

The ideal ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids is 1:1 or 1:4. The percentage of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in wheat germ oil is 1:8. If not eaten in moderation, it can increase blood cholesterol levels, leading to several metabolic disorders.

Ways to Use Wheat Germ Oil

  • Wheat germ oil has a thick consistency with a strong odour. Therefore, it is suitable for medicinal purposes.
  • It helps to manufacture pharmaceutical products.
  • It is mixed with lighter and smoother oils and is suitable as a skin-nutrient additive in cosmetic products. It is mainly present in anti-ageing cosmetics.
  • It is unsuitable for deep-frying because of its low smoking point, i.e., <230 degrees celsius. Therefore, it is best for cooking cold recipes such as salad dressing, dips, and soups.

Recipes and Preparation Tips

Wheat germ oil has a low smoking point; hence you should not use it in high-temperature cooking methods. Suppose the wheat germ oil is heated even at low temperatures. In that case, it can lose ingredients, especially vitamin E. Therefore, it is best for cold dishes such as salad dressings, sauce, vegetable dishes, toppings, and pasta. You can add wheat germ oil to energy bars, granolas, breakfast cereals, smoothies, shakes, juices, bread, pies, yoghurt, and ice cream.

Potato Cucumber Salad

Preparation time: 30 minutes

Serving: 1

Ingredients

  • Potato: 2
  • Cucumber: 1
  • Vegetable broth: 4 tbsp
  • Wheat germ oil: 2 tsp
  • Black pepper (freshly grounded): A pinch
  • Dill (chopped): 1 tsp
  • Yoghurt: 3 tbsp
  • Lemon juice: 1 tsp
  • Pumpkin seed: 1 tsp
  • Chives: 1 tbsp
  • Salt: as per taste

Method of Preparation

  • Clean the potatoes and boil them for 20 minutes in water. Drain the water, peel the potatoes, and cut them into slices.
  • Peel the cucumber, cut it in half lengthwise and remove its seeds. Next, cut the cucumber into slices.
  • Mix vegetable broth with 1 tsp wheat germ oil, salt, pepper, and dill.
  • Add the potatoes with cucumber and marinade.
  • Mix yoghurt with 1 tsp wheat germ oil, lemon juice, salt, and pepper.
  • Sprinkle pumpkin seeds and chives over the top and serve it with yoghurt.

Wheat Berry Salad

Preparation time: 2 hours 10 minutes

Serving: 1

Ingredients

  • Wheat grain: 50 g
  • Cabbage: 125 g
  • Red bell pepper: ¼ cup
  • Green bell pepper: ¼ cup
  • Onion: ½ cup
  • Wheat germ oil: 1¼ tbsp
  • Whipped cream: 80 g
  • Lemon juice: ½ tbsp
  • Curry powder: ½ tbsp
  • Black pepper (Freshly grounded): A pinch
  • Salt: as per taste

Method of Preparation

  • Soak the wheat grain overnight. Add 3.5 cups of water to a pan, add the soaked wheat grain, and bring it to a boil. Cover the pan, and let it simmer for an hour.
  • Then turn off the heat, cool it, and strain through a sieve.
  • Cut the bell peppers and cabbage into strips. Remove seeds and ribs of bell peppers.
  • Peel the onion and dice them. Heat the wheat germ oil at a low heat and saute the vegetables for a few minutes.
  • Add wheat grain and saute it for 2-5 minutes.
  • Add the cream, lemon juice, and curry powder to the dish and saute it.
  • Add the salad to the bowl and season it with a pinch of salt and black pepper. Serve it.

Berries and Oat Bran Drink

Preparation time: 10-15 minutes

Serving: 1

Ingredients

  • Orange juice: 50 g
  • Lemon juice: 1 tbsp
  • Carrot juice: 3 tbsp
  • Wheat germ oil: ½ tsp
  • Oat bran: ½ tbsp
  • Honey: ½ tbsp
  • Berries (mixed): ¼ cup

Method of Preparation

  • Place the berries (blueberries, strawberries, and cranberries), orange juice, carrot juice, and lemon juice into the blender and blend it thoroughly.
  • Add the wheat germ oil, oat bran, and honey to the blended mixture and blend it again.
  • Pour the drink into glasses and garnish it with blackberries or nuts. Serve it cold.

Storage Tips for Wheat Germ Oil

Wheat germ oil is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids. If not stored correctly, it can rapidly become rancid and sour. Therefore, proper storage of wheat germ oil is essential to prevent rancidity and spoilage. Some of the tips to keep wheat germ oil are as follows:

  • Since wheat germ oil is sensitive to air and light contact, store the wheat germ oil in a tight glass container in a dry, dark place to prevent the loss of nutrients due to oxidation. Polyunsaturated fatty acids present in the oil are highly prone to oxidation. Vitamin E protects the oil against deterioration associated with oxidation.
  • Keeping the oil in the refrigerator may increase its shelf life by six months. However, it should be consumed as swiftly as possible, preferably in 2-3 months. Store the oil in cold storage to preserve its freshness. While placing the oil at a cold temperature, ensure the lid of the oil container is tight to prevent air and moisture from entering the container. Double-check to ensure the oil is placed in a tightly sealed container to avoid spoilage.
  • You should not heat wheat germ oil as it leads to fat oxidation, resulting in loss of taste, flavour, and essential nutrients.
  • Wheat germ oil is sensitive to air and light contact. Therefore, when it comes in contact with air or light, it results in spoilage, i.e., rancidity and loss of taste and nutrients.
  • Conventionally produced wheat germ oil may contain insecticides that might cause harmful effects on the human body. Always try to buy oil from organic cultivation, preferably extracted through cold-pressed technology.

Conclusion

Wheat germ oil is an exceptionally healthy oil extracted from the germ part of the wheat grain. It is a rich source of tocopherols, i.e. vitamin E and polyunsaturated fatty acids, especially omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. It possesses anti-diabetic, anti-hyperlipidemic, anti-inflammatory, cardioprotective, anti-ageing, and antioxidant properties. Wheat germ oil is known for many health benefits, but it might cause side effects. The research on wheat germ oil is not adequate to reach any conclusions.

Aside from that, wheat germ oil has particular storage conditions. Improper storage conditions may lead to rancidity, i.e., spoilage and loss of taste and essential nutrients. Furthermore, with the low shelf life span, you must consume it within 2-3 months of opening to avoid spoilage.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q. What is wheat germ oil good for?

A. Wheat germ oil is good for treating several skin and hair conditions. It acts as an anti-ageing agent and delays the progression of ageing signs. One can use it for baking, cooking, and dressing but shouldn’t get exposed to high temperatures because of its low smoking point. Wheat germ oil is helpful in the manufacture of cosmetic and pharmaceutical products. Wheat germ oil contains phytosterols that help regulate cholesterol levels and help prevent the progression of cardiovascular diseases and other metabolic disorders.

Q. Does wheat germ oil make your hair grow?

A. Wheat germ oil contains linoleic acid, and Vitamin E. Linoleic acid has natural moisturising and nourishing properties, while vitamin E offers potent antioxidant properties. These factors stimulate healthy hair growth and increase blood circulation on the scalp. Regular oil application strengthens the hair follicles and restores the moisture content in the strands. In addition, it adds shine, strength, and softness to the hair and improves the elasticity of the hair strands.

Q. What does wheat germ oil do to your face?

A. Wheat germ oil is an excellent source of vitamin E that helps to lessen skin damage by fighting free radicals and maintaining a healthy even skin tone. It moisturises and heals dry and cracked skin. It promotes collagen formation and exhibits anti-ageing and antioxidant properties that help cure skin conditions. Wheat germ oil exhibits humectant properties that moisturise the skin to prevent acne breakouts, tighten skin, and reduce scarring. In addition, it blocks excess sebum production and seals the skin’s moisture.

Q. How do I use wheat germ oil?

A. Wheat germ oil can be used on the skin or face as a face cleanser, moisturiser, and anti-ageing cream. You can mix wheat germ oil with essential oils like lavender, almond, cedarwood, and rose oil. However, don’t expose wheat germ oil to high temperatures because of its low smoking point. Cooking at high temperatures can disintegrate the structure and lead to the rancidity of the oil.

Q. Is wheat germ oil the same as vitamin E?

A. No, vitamin E is a component found in wheat germ oil. Aside from vitamin E, wheat germ oil contains omega-3 fatty acids and phytosterols with anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. Wheat germ oil is a Vitamin E source and exhibits potent antioxidant properties. In addition, wheat germ oil contains the alpha-tocopherol form of vitamin E. A tablespoon of wheat germ oil provides 20 mg of vitamin E, i.e. 135% of one’s daily intake of vitamin E.

Q. Is wheat germ good for skin?

A. Yes, wheat germ oil is an effective moisturiser and helps heal dry and cracked skin. It is highly nourishing, and moisturising helps reduce skin damage, lightens the skin, removes dark spots, and prevents scarring. This byproduct gets rapidly absorbed into the skin, reduces excess sebum production, and locks the skin moisture. It treats psoriasis, vitiligo, dry skin conditions, wrinkles, stretch marks, scars, and eczema. In addition, it has skin-regenerating properties and can heal sunburns, rashes, and dermatitis.

Q. Is wheat germ good for thinning hair?

A. wheat germ oil is a rich source of linoleic acid that possesses natural nourishing and moisturising properties. It helps reduce hair damage by repairing dry and damaged hair from the roots. Wheat germ strengthens the hair strands and prevents hair thinning, split ends, and hair breakage. It increases the blood circulation on the scalp and improves the strength and elasticity of each hair strand. It makes the hair shiny, smooth, and lustrous.

Q. Is wheat germ good for weight loss?

A. Yes, wheat germ helps in weight loss by increasing the body’s metabolism to burn more calories. Vitamin B in wheat germ helps boost energy levels, enabling one to do a more challenging workout. It contains unsaturated fats, referred to as good fats, that reduce cholesterol levels and help shed weight loss. It is high in dietary fibre, reducing constant food cravings and regulating blood cholesterol levels.

Q. Does wheat germ oil help treat wrinkles?

A. Wheat germ oil contains linoleic acid, phospholipids, and vitamin E, which stimulates collagen production and improves skin elasticity. Wheat germ oil delays the progression of ageing signs such as wrinkles, fine lines, dull skin, and uneven skin tone. It has emollient properties which reduce skin irritation and soothes dry skin.

Q. What does wheat germ oil taste like?

A. Wheat germ oil has a slightly nutty and grainy taste. When added to recipes, it provides essential nutrients and a distinctive flavour. It adds a unique freshness to the recipes and enhances their different flavours. It has a beautiful liquid gold colour and tastes pleasantly like grain.

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10 Manfaat Luar Biasa Minyak Gandum Bagi Tubuh

Menjalani kesibukan sehari-hari tentunya akan sangat berdampak terhadap kesehatan. Tubuh pun jadi rentan terhadap penyakit. Selain memeriksakan diri ke dokter, kita juga bisa menggunakan bahan alami yang bisa menjadi pertolongan pertama saat sedang merasa sakit. Salah satunya adalah wheat germ oil atau minyak gandum.
Tidak hanya bisa dikonsumsi sebagai menu sarapan, gandum ternyata juga bisa digunakan sebagai obat. Minyak gandum merupakan ekstrak dari biji gandum yang kaya akan sumber vitamin B6, asam folat, vitamin B kompleks, magnesium, potasium, dan fosfor.
Mengandung antioksidan dan anti penuaan.

Kandungan dalam minyak gandum bisa bermanfaat sebagai antioksidan dan anti penuaan, serta membantu mengatasi berbagai penyakit, seperti kanker, penyakit kardiovaskular, dan lain sebagainya. Minyak gandum juga membantu mengurangi tanda-tanda penuaan dini, seperti garis halus dan keriput. Minyak yang satu ini akan memperbaiki tekstur kulit dan rambut, serta mencegahnya dari kerusakan.

2. Menurunkan Kolesterol Jahat

Mengurangi kolesterol jahat.

Minyak gandum bisa membantu menurunkan kolesterol jahat dan meningkatkan sirkulasi darah agar jantung senantiasa sehat. Peningkatan sirkulasi darah juga akan menyehatkan kulit dan rambut.

3. Memperbaiki Jaringan Tubuh

Minyak gandum mengandung vitamin B yang membantu memperbaiki jaringan tubuh dan mencegahnya dari kerusakan. Selain itu, juga membantu mineral, vitamin, dan nutrisi dalam sel tubuh kita.

4. Menambah Energi

Setelah mengonsumsi minyak gandum yang kaya akan asam lemak rantai panjang, lemak jenuh, alkohol dasar yang bernama octacosanol, maka energi otot kamu akan mengalami peningkatan. Minyak yang satu ini sangat disarankan untuk mereka yang hobi berolahraga karena akan memberikan energi serta oksigen selama berlatih.

5. Mengatur Sistem Saraf

Minyak gandum bisa meningkatkan suasana hati kita karena mengandung banyak kebaikan dari asam lemak omega-3, yang mengatur sistem saraf. Hal itu akan membuat kita lebih berenergi dan juga mengurangi stres.

6. Mencegah Bayi Lahir Cacat

7. Mencegah Masalah Kulit

Minyak gandum bantu atasi masalah kulit, seperti eksim.

Apabila kamu selama ini bermasalah dengan berbagai masalah kulit, seperti eksim, kulit kering dan psoriasis, maka bisa mulai menggunakan minyak gandum untuk mengatasi masalah tersebut. Kandungan di dalamnya bisa melegakan dan memperbaiki kulit kamu.

8. Mencegah Penumpukan Lemak

Minyak gandum mencegah penumpukan lemak.

Kegemukan bisa diatasi dengan minyak gandum. Apabila digunakan secara teratur, maka akan membantu mengurangi penumpukan lemak dari tubuh. Minyak ini juga bisa dimasukkan dalam program penurunan berat badan kamu.

9. Mengontrol Gula Darah

Kandungan magnesium pada minyak gandum bisa mengontrol gula darah. Terutama, bagi mereka yang menderita penyakit diabetes memang disarankan untuk menggunakan minyak gandum secara rutin.

10. Meningkatkan Kesehatan Tubuh

Tubuh yang sehat dan bebas dari segala penyakit bisa dimiliki dengan mengonsumsi 3 cangkir minyak gandum setiap hari. Selain itu, bisa mengurangi stres dan membuat tubuh lebih berenergi.

Adapun cara-cara menggunakan minyak gandum antara lain adalah:

  • Menambahkan minyak pada adonan kue, roti, wafel, dan lain sebagainya.
  • Menabur minyak di atas es krim, sup, yogurt, sereal, dan salad.

Apakah kamu sudah pernah mengkonsumsi minyak gandum? Kalau sudah, apa dampak yang kamu rasakan? Beritahu kami lewat kolom komentar di bawah ini!

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Wheat Germ Oil Nutrition Facts

Calories, Carbs, and Health Benefits of Wheat Germ Oil

Wheat germ oil, annotated
Photo: Alexandra Shytsman  

Wheat germ oil sounds like a healthy product that you should keep in your kitchen. But many consumers keep it in the bathroom. What is wheat germ oil used for? According to many sources, the oil provides beauty benefits.1 Fans of the products use wheat germ oil for hair and skin health. But you can also use it in the kitchen if you choose.

The following nutrition information is provided by the USDA for one tablespoon of wheat germ oil.

  • Calories: 120
  • Fat: 14g
  • Sodium: 0mg
  • Carbohydrates: 0g
  • Fiber: 0g
  • Sugars: 0g
  • Protein: 0g

Carbs in Wheat Germ Oil

There are no carbohydrates in wheat germ oil. That means there is no starch, no fiber, and no sugar (added or naturally occurring) in this product.

Wheat germ oil has a glycemic index (GI) of zero, and if consumed, a single serving of the product also has a glycemic load of zero. That means that the food has no effect on your blood sugar levels. As a reference, foods with a GI of 55 or below are considered low glycemic foods.

Fats in Wheat Germ Oil

The fat in wheat germ oil is what makes this product popular among healthy eaters and beauty buffs. Wheat germ oil provides polyunsaturated fat, considered to be a “good” fat. Polyunsaturated fat is liquid at room temperature and may boost heart health when you use it to replace less healthy fat (like saturated fat) in your diet.

There are two different kinds of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) and wheat germ oil contains both of them. According to USDA data, you’ll get 85 percent (just under 1 gram) of your daily recommended intake of α-linolenic acid (ALA) omega-3 fatty acids. And you’ll get 62 percent (7 grams) of your recommended daily intake of linoleic acid or omega-6 fatty acids.

You’ll also get 2 grams of healthy monounsaturated fat in a single serving of wheat germ oil. You’ll also get nearly 3 grams or 12 percent of your recommended daily intake of saturated fat, a fat that is considered to be less healthy.

Protein in Wheat Germ Oil

There is no protein in wheat germ oil. However, some healthy eaters may use wheat germ oil in marinades, in protein smoothies, or in yogurt to take advantage of the healthy fat that it provides.

Micronutrients in Wheat Germ Oil

If you consume a single serving of wheat germ oil you’ll get 135 percent of your recommended daily intake of vitamin E. This vitamin is an antioxidant that may help neutralize potentially harmful free radicals in the body and provide protective benefits against certain diseases, like prostate cancer or Alzheimer’s disease. However, research has provided mixed results, so health experts don’t know for sure if consuming more vitamin E is beneficial.2

A single serving also provides a very small amount (4 percent of your recommended daily intake) of vitamin K, a vitamin that is essential for blood clotting purposes in the body.

Health Benefits

The health benefits of wheat germ oil come primarily from the healthy fat that it provides. However, it is important to remember that all fat—even healthy fat—is energy dense. That means it provides more calories per gram than carbohydrate or protein. While carbs and protein provide just four calories per gram, fat provides nine. So it is important to consume all fats in moderation if your goal is to reach or maintain a healthy weight.

Hair and Skin Benefits

Beauty buffs also use wheat germ oil to combat hair loss, dandruff, dry skin, wrinkles, lice, and premature aging. To gain the benefits of this oil on the skin and hair, consumers use the product topically. That means, they massage it into the scalp or mix it into conditioners or shampoo to apply to the hair.

Unfortunately, however, there is not strong support from the scientific community about the use of wheat germ oil for hair or skin. According to one research review, “After so many years of research on vitamin E, it is still unclear as to whether millions of dollars worth of vitamin E products paid for by patients and consumers have been of any benefit.”3

Common Questions

What should I look for when purchasing wheat germ oil?

Look for a product that has not been bleached or hydrogenated. This may not be an oil that you use very often so look for a smaller container unless you plan to use it often.

How should I store wheat germ oil?

Store the oil in an air-tight container in your pantry or in another cool dark place. The recommended temperature is 20-25°C or no more than 77 °F.

Can I cook with wheat germ oil?

Cooking or heating wheat germ oil causes it to lose its nutritional benefits. So frying with wheat germ oil is not recommended. However, you can use the oil in salad dressings, drizzle it on vegetables, pasta, or other dishes for a boost of flavor and omega-3 fatty acids.

Recipes and Preparation Tips

Because you won’t want to cook with wheat germ oil, the uses of the product are somewha

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Wheat germ oil

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Wheat germ oil Quick Facts
Name: Wheat germ oil
Scientific Name: Triticum vulgare
Origin Wheat plant is inherent to United States but now cultivated in China, North Africa, Southwest Asia, Turkey, Iran, Arabian Peninsula and South Europe.
Colors Dark yellow-brown
Calories 1927 Kcal./cup
Major nutrients Vitamin E (2171.27%)
Total Fat (622.86%)
Vitamin K (44.83%)
Choline (7.93%)
Health benefits Prevent health ailments, Heart health, Repairs damage, Prevents aging process, Hair health

It is the oil which has been extracted from the germ of wheat kernel. This oil is refined which possess high content of Vitamin E which acts as an antioxidant. It is rich in octacosanol which helps to enhance the physical performance and promotes the muscular energy. It is useful for rejuvenating, moisturizing and protecting mature and drying skin. This cooking oil is easily perishable and expensive. It is loaded with anti-aging and antioxidant properties that helps to prevent the health problems like cardiovascular disease, cancer etc. It also slows down the signs of aging such as wrinkles, fine lines and premature aging signs. Other common names for Wheat germ oil are Wheat oil, Triticum aestivum and Triticum durum. The color of this oil ranges from dark yellow to brown. It possess a heavy odor with nutty aroma.

History

Wheat plant is inherent to United States but now cultivated in China, North Africa, Southwest Asia, Turkey, Iran, Arabian Peninsula and South Europe.

Wheat is one of the ancient grain crops which are known to the human beings. Firstly it was used for making brad since 4000 years ago when the wheat cultivation took place in Nile valley. It was spread across Asia by 4500 and then reached China. In 2000 BC, the wheat cultivation was started by English after it became substantial diet to Chinese and Egyptian civilizations.

Nutritional value

One cup of 218 grams of Wheat germ oil provides 1927 calories, 325.69 mg of Vitamin E, 218 g of Total lipid fat, 53.8 µg of Vitamin K and 43.6 mg of Choline. The same serving size also provides 40.984 g of total saturated fats, 0.218 g of myristic acid, 36.188 g of palmitic acid, 1.09 g of stearic acid, 32.918 g of total monounsaturated fats, 1.09 g of palmitoleic acid, 31.828 g of oleic acid, 134.506 g of total polyunsaturated fats, 119.464 g of linoleic acid, 15.042 g of linolenic acid and 1206 mg of phytosterols.

Health Benefits of Wheat germ oil

Wheat germ oil is an excellent source of Vitamin B complex, Vitamin B6, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus and other nutrients. It has high content of nutritional value in comparison to other grains and vegetables. It is composed of about 25% of total nutrients and is loaded with numerous health benefits. This oil has omega-6 acid, palmitic acid, oleic acid, lecithin, squalene and stearic fatty acids. It also possesses lecithin, protein, minerals and essential fatty acids. Due to the richness in minerals and vitamins, it keeps the body healthy from inside.

  1. Prevent health ailments

Being a great source of Vitamin E, it helps to prevent hair fall, improper metabolic functions and cancer. The intake of Vitamin E or Wheat germ oil helps to avoid these problems.

  1. Heart health

This oil is very helpful for maintaining heart health. It has good amount of Vitamin B complex that helps to normalize the flow of blood in the body. It has Omega-3 fatty acids that is helpful for maintaining heart health by lowering the cholesterol problems and normalizing the blood pressure.

  1. Repairs damage

About 28% of protein is available in the wheat germ oil. It provides nutrients to the cells and repairs cell damage. It also assist in transporting vitamins, minerals and nutrients to the cells.

  1. Prevents aging process

It consists of linoleic acid, phospholipids and Vitamin E that helps to maintain skin health. The application of wheat germ oil helps to prevent wrinkles and other signs of aging. It is a great source of antioxidants that prevents the damage caused by free radicals.

  1. Hair health

The addition of Vitamin E to the diet helps to get healthy hair. The deficiency of Vitamin E in the body results in dry, rough and weak heair. Wheat germ oil is an excellent source of Vitamin E that helps to enhance the growth of hair and provides a healthy hair. It could be used in the form of capsules, oil or flakes.

  1. Provides energy

Wheat germ oil has octacosanol which is a long chain, saturated and primary alcohol that helps to promote the muscular energy. It provides oxygen as well as energy while performing exercise so it is useful for sportspersons.

  1. Uplifts mood

This oil helps to uplift mood due to the presence of Omega-3 fatty acids by regulating the nervous system. It has Vitamin B complex which helps to lower stress.

  1. Prevent miscarriage

Wheat germ oil helps to prevent the birth defects such as miscarriage and impotence. So it is advised to take wheat germ oil during pregnancy. It also provides healthy red blood cells.

  1. Skin ailments

Wheat germ oil prevents the skin conditions such as dry skin, eczema and psoriasis. The topical application of this oil helps to repair the skin.

  1. Promotes level of blood sugar

It has adequate amount of magnesium that helps to promote the healthy level of blood sugar that is helpful for the diabetic patients. It helps to control the sugar level as well as diabetes.

Traditional uses

  • It helps to treat the skin ailments such as inflammation and scarring.
  • It improves the circulation of blood.
  • It also lowers wrinkles.
  • It is used to treat vitiligo, psoriasis, wrinkles, dry skin conditions, scars, stretch marks, hair loss and eczema.
  • It also treats malnutrition problems.
  • It cures malignant attacks and cardiovascular ailments.
  • It softens the skin and also prevents the stretch marks in pregnant women.
  • It makes the hair healthy, strong and glossy.
  • It eliminates toxins from the body.
  • It increases the circulation of blood and prevents dizziness and fatigue.
  • It provides relief from muscle fatigue, muscle spasms and muscle aches.
  • It also cures nervous disorders.

Precautions                                                                                                 

  • The gluten or wheat allergic people should avoid using this oil.
  • It might cause allergic reactions in sensitive individuals.
  • The heart patients should monitor their intake while using Wheat germ oil.
  • It may cause the side effects such as diarrhea, gas, flu, nausea, and dizziness.
  • People with health problems should consult the doctor for use.

How to Eat         

  • This oil is used in pasta, salads, cereals and oatmeal that helps to add taste.
  • It could be added in smoothies for additional nutrition.
  • It is used in preparing breakfast cereals, baked goods, fish, meat or poultry products, pizza, pasta, tortillas, snack foods, batter coatings and mixes.

Other Facts        

  • Wheat germ oil is used in the production of shampoos, soaps, anti-aging products, moisturizing creams, sunscreen lotions, fairness creams, foot creams and scar treatment products.
  • Due to its moisturizing property, it is used in skin care products.
  • It is combined with other carrier oils in aromatherapy to massage the skin.

Wheat germ oil facts

Wheat germ oil has been extracted from the germ of wheat kernel. The unrefined oil has high content of essential fatty acids, Vitamin E, regenerative and antioxidant properties. It is sticky, viscous oil having a rich and wheaty odor. Richness in Vitamin E, it possesses regenerative and an antioxidant property that benefits ageing skin and also counteracts free radicals. It has nourishing properties that treats dry skin and assist in forming new skin cells, heals scars and improves circulation. It is highly used as cooking oil which is easily perishable as well as expensive. Unrefined oil has strong aroma and thick consistency.

Name Wheat germ oil
Botanical Name Triticum vulgare
Native Wheat plant is inherent to United States but now cultivated in China, North Africa, Southwest Asia, Turkey, Iran, Arabian Peninsula and South Europe.
Common/English Name Wheat oil, Triticum aestivum, Triticum durum
Name in Other Languages Ayurveda: Godhuma taila
Part used Germ
Color Dark yellow-brown
Odor Heavy
Flavor/aroma Nutty
Major Nutritions Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) 325.69 mg (2171.27%)
Total Fat (lipid) 218 g (622.86%)
Vitamin K (phylloquinone) 53.8 µg (44.83%)
Choline 43.6 mg (7.93%)
Health Benefits
  • Prevent health ailments
  • Heart health
  • Repairs damage
  • Prevents aging process
  • Hair health
  • Provides energy
  • Uplifts mood
  • Prevent miscarriage
  • Skin ailments
  • Promotes level of blood sugar
Calories in 1cup (218 gm) 1927 Kcal.
Traditional uses
  • It is used as a treatment for inflammation and scarring.
  • It promotes the blood circulation.
  • It lowers the appearance of wrinkles.
  • It cures vitiligo, psoriasis, wrinkles, dry skin conditions, scars, stretch marks, hair loss and eczema.
  • It is a cure for malnutrition problems.
  • It is used to eliminate stretch marks in pregnant women.
  • It makes the hair healthy, strong and glossy.
  • It eliminates toxins from the body.
  • It prevents dizziness and fatigue.
Precautions
  • People allergic to gluten or wheat should avoid it.
  • Allergic reactions might be experienced in sensitive individuals.
  • The heart patients should monitor the intake of oil.
  • Side effects such as diarrhea, gas, flu, nausea, and dizziness might be experienced.
  • Consult the doctor for use.
How to Eat
  • It is used in pasta, salads, cereals and oatmeal.
  • It could be added in smoothies.
  • It is used in breakfast cereals, baked goods, fish, pizza, pasta, tortillas, snack foods and others.
Other Facts
  • Wheat germ oil is added in shampoos, soaps, anti-aging products, moisturizing creams, sunscreen lotions, fairness creams etc.
  • It is combined with other carrier oils in aromatherapy.


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