Storage and Packaging (4)
2 months refrigerated.
Yes, we press it in a cool environment, store it refrigerated and ship it cold when the weather dictates.
There are numerous environmental issues surrounding plastics that are important to us, as well as unanswered health questions.
Dosage and Usage (6)
For athletes, Udo recommends 1 Tbsp for each 50 lbs of body weight. You can start with 1 Tbsp per day, increasing every few days until you reach the recommended amount. For the average person who is not very active Udo recommends … Continue reading
The dosage for children is as follows: 6 months – 1 year = 1 tsp, 1-3 years = 2 tsp, 3-10 years =1 Tbsp, 10 years and up = 2 or more Tbsp,
Not really, but as with any oil, your body will let you know if you are taking too much. You will feel nauseated and will have much softer stools, almost diarrhea. If this occurs, just cut back.
This varies from person to person. Udo states that with the proper dosage there should be a noticeable improvement in athletic performance and the skin should become softer and smoother, within a few weeks.
Taking Udo’s Oil in capsules is not ideal. It takes 14 caps to give you 1 Tbsp of the liquid oil. The caps are for convenience and travelling, not for continuous use.
Yes it can: oatmeal, steamed vegetables, baked potatoes, soups, etc – after they are served. (Temp. up to 325° F)
Yes. Oil digestion takes place in the stomach and the wastes leave the body primarily via the intestinal tract.
No, n-3’s stabilize cardiac rhythm. The lack of it can cause arrhythmia.
There are no contra-indications indicated.
One of the effects is to dissolve cholesterol from the artery walls and other places where it has been stored over the years. This dissolved cholesterol is then transported by the blood to the liver, which will then convert it … Continue reading
It depends; some individuals who are very sensitive to oat bran/germ cannot use the oil. Others, who are not so sensitive can. The Celiac Association of Canada says there is a problem with oats and its derivatives for celiacs. However … Continue reading
6 months – 1 year = 1 tsp 1-3 years = 2 tsp 3-10 years =1 Tbsp 10 yrs + = 2 Tbsp and up
Weight Management and Dieting (3)
Do many people use Udo’s Oil for weight loss? If so, how can it work having 29g of fat in two tablespoons?
Most of us have been educated into believing that low fat/no fat diets are good for us. Actually, the most accurate way of looking at fat intake, is that the average person needs about 2000 calories per day to maintain … Continue reading
n-3 can turn off the “fat-making” gene, and turn on the “fat-burning” gene, but carbohydrate intake needs to be reduced drastically. Carbohydrates are converted into glucose in the body, which is the “immediate” fuel our cells use to create energy. … Continue reading
Product Contents (7)
Other than coconut labeled in the ingredients, no nuts or tree nuts are part of the formula or processed on the same lines.
This is normal and safe; it is due to the initial set up of the filtration system.
0.1 %. In 1 tablespoon there is 15 mg.
Significant amounts are not present because the only possible source is soy. The lecithin from the soy is an oil-based product (and relatively pure). Isoflavones are water/alcohol soluble, so the amount would be minimal if present at all.
Udo’s oil contains approx. 27 mg – 49 mg of phytosterols per tablespoon. They are naturally occurring phytosterols, not fortified.