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  • If you opt for sunflower oil, you can get either high-oleic sunflower oil, which has monounsaturated levels of 80 percent and above, or the more common linoleic sunflower oil, which is high in polyunsaturates or linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid.

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  • • Enjoy butter, mayonnaise made from olive, canola, or high-oleic safflower oils, olive oil, high-oleic safflower oil, canola oil, and seed and nut oils.

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  • For cooking, your best bets are virgin olive oil, canola, and high-oleic safflower oil which is labeled for high-heat use, all rich in MUFAs and with relatively high smoke points.

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  • Instead, focus on olive, canola, and high-oleic safflower oils.

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  • • Emphasize olive, canola, high-oleic safflower, and other high-MUFA oils for dressing foods and cooking.

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  • Nutty Blueberry Pancakes: Beat 2 medium eggs with 1 tablespoon heavy cream and 1 tablespoon canola or high-oleic safflower oil.

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  • Use extra-virgin olive oil only for dressing salad and vegetables and sautéing and olive oil, canola, or high-oleic safflower for other cooking.

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  • Find a brand made with canola or high-oleic safflower oil and without added sugar.

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  • • Add extra olive, canola, high-oleic safflower, walnut, flaxseed, and other oils to salads and vegetables to make up for the smaller amount of fat in most of your protein sources, so as not to interfere with fat metabolism.

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  • The new high-oleic soybean produced by Pioneer has been approved by the FDA, but it is still awaiting approval by the U.S.

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