Overview

Soybean oil is oil produced from the seeds of the soybean plant.

Chemicals from soybean oil, called plant sterols, are used for high cholesterol. Soybean oil is also used as a mosquito repellant and as a nutritional supplement in intravenous feedings.

Be careful not to confuse soybean oil with other soy products or avocado soy unsaponifiables.

How does it work ?

Soybean oil works to lower cholesterol levels by decreasing cholesterol absorption in the gut.

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