Recipes with red palm oil

Red tomato soup with tofu and red palm oil

2 tablespoons of red palm oil, 1 chopped red onion
6 large tomatoes, peel removed and chopped
or 1 can of peeled organic tomatoes
2 garlic cloves, 100 g of silk tofu
2 tablespoons of parsley or coriander (cilantro),
fi nely chopped, 2 cups of vegetable stock
pinch of cayenne pepper with
unrefined salt


Put two tablespoons of red palm oil in a pot and fry the onion and garlic. Add the tomato. Sauté the tomatoes for 3 minutes and add the tofu. Add the water, season with herbs. Bring to a boil and then mix. Finish with parsley or coriander.


Wok-fried vegetables with hazelnuts

2 tablespoons of red palm oil
1 tablespoon of
Raz-el-Hanout (herb mixture)
1 large sweet potato, peeled and diced
500 grams of Brussels sprouts,
cauliflower or fennel, ...

300 ml of vegetable stock
100 g hazelnuts


Roast the hazelnuts in a dry frying pan till they are golden-brown. Use your sprouts, steam them fi rst. Heat the red palm oil in your wok, fry the herbs, add the vegetables and stir-fry. Add the vegetable stock and let the vegetables sit a while longer. Turn over a few times until they are done. Sprinkle hazelnuts and turn over. Delicious with rice, quinoa and pasta.


Red mayonnaise with a macaroni salad

mayonnaise: 1 egg yolk, a pinch of cayenne pepper,
1 coffee spoon of mustard, 1 coffee spoon of wine
vinegar, 125 ml of runny palm oil (gently heated),
1 soup spoon of ketchup

250 g of cooked macaroni, 1 large onion
sliced, 1 green apple,
fi nely sliced, 100 g of grated
carrots, 50 g of chopped walnuts, 1/2 cucumber, julienned, a little bit of salad for the mixture


For the mayonnaise: Put everything in the blender, except the oil. Mix and then gently add the oil until it emulsifies. Mix the salad ingredients, add the mayonnaise and serve on a bed of lettuce


Carrots are healthy because they contain natural carotenes 

Red palm, the healthy fat. Like carrots red palm contains natural carotenes. In fact red palm contains up to 10 times more carotenes than carrots.
Tomatoes contain
lycopene carotenes;

Red palm contains 30 times more carotenes than tomatoes. Carotenes are natural antioxidants, needed for healthy strong eyes. They also combat ageing and western world diseases.
Red palm also contains a lot of vitamin, which is good news for your skin and your heart.


Red palm, the healthy fat is even the best source of tocotrienols. This is vitamin E, which is stored among others in our skin to protect us from the sun.
Now you know why red palm is the frying oil, which gives food a delicious taste and a healthy nutritional value to everything you cook. So start using red palm today for some colour in your food.
For an authentic African or Latin American accent in your kitchen. On your sandwiches, for baking, stir frying and deep-frying.

Choose Red Palm which contains 0% transfats, packaged in glass.



Serene power Without storing fat With extra virgin coconut oil or palm kernel oil


Extra virgin coconut oil or palm kernel oil are abundant sources of MCT – Medium Chain Triglycerides – which promote and accelerate the absorption of protein, minerals and vitamins· Direct energy without fat storage· Helps prevent a catabolic situation during training and competitions· Ideal during the ‘Weight Gain’ and ‘Lean Body’ diets· Increases your testosterone levels for more muscles, less fat and a higher libido.

Extra virgin coconut oil is the richest source of lauric acid, which our body then turns into monolauric acid.

Monolauric acid kills bacteria and viruses with a protective layer of fat:

Bacteria with a protective layer of fat  
Chlamydia  trachomatis,  tooth  plaque  organisms,  Gram-positive  organisms, Group A  streptococci, Group  B  streptococci,  Group  F  streptococci,  Group  G  streptococci,  Helicobacter pylori, Hemophilus  influenzae, Listeria monocytogenes, Neisseria monocytogenes, Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus  
epidermidis, Streptococcus agalactiae, Streptococcus mutans 

Viruses with a protective layer of fat
Cytomegalo  virus,  Epstein-Barr, Hepatitis  C, Herpes  simplex,  Herpes  viridae, HIV, Human  herpes  virus-6A,  human  lymfotropic virus-1,  Infl uenza, Leukemia, Pneumonovirus, Rubeola,  Sarcoma virus, Syncytial virus, Vesicular stomatitis virus, Visna virus

A number of examples of what an excess of certain organisms  can  cause.  Extra  virgin  coconut  oil will  help  eliminate  these  conditions.
Streptococcus: throat infection, pneumonia, sinusitis, ear infections, dental infections, acute rheumatism
Staphylococcus:  festering  infections,  food  poisoning,  urinary tract infections, toxic shock syndrome    
Neisseria: meningitis, gonorrhoea, pelvic infections  
Chlamydia:  genital  infections,  conjunctivitis,  psittacosis,  periodontitis, infections of the lymph nodes
Helicobacter pylori: ulcers
Gram-positive organisms: tetanus, anthrax, intestinal and stomach infections, tummy flu, botulism

Source: The Healing Miracles of Coconut Oil by Bruce Fife,  Foreword by Jon J. Kabara

A great healthy tan with red palm oil

A faster, equal tan, with better protection for your skin, less  pigmentation and  freckles and moreover your  tan will  last  longer. 
This  is due  to  the abundant source of carotenes and  tocotrienols,  the powerful  type of natural vitamin E, which provides the skin (the body, the brain and the eyes) with many  antioxidants. These promote tanning and combat ageing. So  pamper yourself with 1 to 2 tablespoons of red palm oil per day during  the  summer months. Applying  red palm oil on  your skin, eventually in combination with some coconut oil  and essential oil of limes, lemons and oranges is extremely  effective and refreshing. This oil also fosters skin repair due  to excessive sun exposure.

Chronic fatigue and coconut oil?

Chronic fatigue almost always has its origin in the intestines. 
Sick intestinal flora (viruses and excess bad bacteria), the fermenting of sugars, the rotting of protein and fungi in the intestine can prevent or impede the absorption of nutrients. As  a result the intestine may become infected, toxins of viruses  and  bacteria  result  in  the  absorption  of  fungi, which  can  drastically reduce our vitality. Vitality starts in your intestine.  Coconut oil has a strong antibacterial  functioning,  restores  the mucous membrane in the intestine and prevents infective  reactions. As such coconut oil is extremely beneficial in case  of chronic fatigue. Therapeutic use of 3 tablespoons per day  is recommended until vitality is restored. Then I recommend  at least one tablespoon daily.

Dr.  Jon  Kabara  has  had  a  long  and  distinguished  career  as  a  lipids  specialist.
In  1948  he  started  out  as  assistant at the University of  Illinois,  in  the Biochemistry  Department. He was  later  appointed  Professor  at  the  University of Detroit. At  the  University  of  Michigan  he  laid the  foundation  of  the new College of Osteopathic Medicine. He was one of  the first researchers  to discover the  anti-microbial  property  of  medium chain fats.
He has more  than 16 patents  to his name and has authored or co-authored more than  200 publications, including eight books. He is widely considered one of the most recognized authorities regarding comestible fats.