Nutritionals per 100ml: 20% saturated fats, 32% polyunsaturated fats & 40% monounsaturated fats.
Pros: Can be used at high temperatures and contains 2 unique compounds: tocotrienols which are converted into Vitamin E and oryzanolbeen which helps to block cholesterol absorption in the body.
Cons: High in saturated fat % than olive oil and does not have the research that Extra Virgin Olive Oil does behind its health benefits.
Rating: 4 stars. A good choice of oil for frying at high temperatures and keep your olive for salad dressings and roasting/baking.
Tips: Always buy the real oil as opposed to spray varieties of oil to reap the health benefits.