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Compare Oleumm8 to other oils

Oleumm8 outstrips Avocado Oil, Canola Oil, Coconut Oil, Flax Seed Oil, Olive Oil and Rice Bran Oil by virtually every metric.

Oleumm8 vs. Avocado Oil

(per tablespoon 15mL/15g)
Oleumm8 vs. Avocado Oil Omega 3

Oleumm8 vs. Canola Oil

(per tablespoon 15mL/15g)
Oleumm8 vs. Canola Oil Omega 3

Oleumm8 vs. Coconut Oil

(per tablespoon 15mL/15g)
Oleumm8 vs. Coconut Oil Omega 3

Oleumm8 vs. Flax Seed Oil

(per tablespoon 15mL/15g)
Oleumm8 vs. Flax Seed Oil Omega 3

Oleumm8 vs. Rice Bran Oil

(per tablespoon 15mL/15g)
Oleumm8 vs. Rice Bran Oil Omega 3

Oleumm8 vs. Olive Oil

(per tablespoon 15mL/15g)
Oleumm8 vs. Olive Oil Omega 3
Be aware of nutritional data formats

Smoke and Mirrors

Nutritional data is presented in many ways.

A lot of websites about oils will use “numbers” to create an illusion about the amount of nutrients in their oils. Some will use Parts Per Million (ppm) and others will use values based on 100ml (equals 100g). By using these types of tricks, the numbers look larger than the values we see on the labels of bottles that are usually in tablespoons (14ml or 15ml).
1 ppm = 0.001 grams
1 ml = 1 gram = 0.35 oz
15ml (tablespoon) = 0.5oz

Let’s put this into perspective. You are not going to consume 100ml of oil at any one time nor would it be healthy to consume 100ml of oil at any one time.