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Coconut and Cholesterol

Many people have a wrong idea about coconut oil. They think saturated fat present in coconut oil increase blood cholesterol level and may lead to heart disease. But no research demonstrated that coconut oil causes increase in blood cholesterol. This article gives information about coconut and cholesterol.

Coconut and Cholesterol

Coconut oil contains cholesterol lowering properties and it stimulates thyroid function. Cholesterol is converted to important anti-aging hormones such as progesterone, DHEA and pregnenolone by enzymatic process in the presence of adequate thyroid hormone.

These anti-aging hormones help to prevent senility, heart disease, cancer, obesity and other diseases that are associated with chronic degeneration and aging. About 50% lauric acid is present in coconut oil, which has powerful anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties.

Anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties means – An agent which inhibits or destroys fungi, bacteria, viruses or protozoa that are pathogenic.

Coconut oil is can be the best dietary fat source for people with hormone imbalances, candida, weakened liver and hypoglycemia. Coconut oil is good energy source. It contains no trans-fatty acids, no cholesterol and is not hydrogenated. It acts as an excellent food source and also as a skin lotion.

Coconut oil is:

  • Cold pressed
  • Unrefined
  • Free from trans fats
  • Not deodorized
  • Unbleached
  • From fresh coconuts
  • GMO free
  • Chemically free
  • Non hydrogenated

Uses of Coconut Oil

  • Help to lose weight
  • Improve conditions in people with chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and diabetes
  • Rejuvenates your skin preventing premature aging
  • Helps to defend against IBS, crohn’s and other digestive disorders
  • Optimise your cholesterol level
  • Promote thyroid function and help to maintain the body of candida
  • Boost daily energy levels

Coconut oil is refined, bleached and deodorized and has many benefits, i.e. Cardiovascular, immune and metabolic support.

50% of lauric acid is present in coconut cooking oil produced from extra virgin coconut oil and copra coconut oil, which has very powerful anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties.

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