Is olive oil healthier than rapeseed oil?
Both oils are good choices as they are high in unsaturated fatty acids. Rapeseed oil has less saturated fat than other commonly used cooking oils, e.g. approx. 50% less than olive oil. Compare the fat content of different cooking oils and butter using our infographic. But remember all types of fat are high in energy (calories) and should be eaten sparingly.
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Rapeseed oil basics
What is Rapeseed Oil?
Find out more about the healthy cooking oil, known in the US as canola oil.Find out more
Culinary Benefits of Rapeseed Oil
Read this AHDB guide to help make healthier choices in your diet and lifestyle.Find out more
Rapeseed Oil Health Benefits
Discover the health benefits of rapeseed oil with our handy guide.Find out more
Rapeseed Oil Nutrients
Read our guide to the nutrients contained in rapeseed oil. Minerals, vitamins and more.Find out more