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This is what WEBMD has to say about it..

The Truth About Coconut Oil

By Kathleen M. Zelman, MPH, RD, LD
WebMD Expert Column

Coconut oil, according to recent reports, is the latest food cure-all. Claims abound that coconut oil is a health food that can cure everything from poor immune function, thyroid disease, and heart disease, to obesity, cancer, and HIV.

Read more: http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/coconut-oil-and-health



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Combining my amateur health training and professional training

in biofuels and how hydrocarbons interact, combust etc

I must say hell yeah!

Also my doctor friends agree with this

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I go for the real thing.

A fine young coconut a day keeps the drug pushers away.

Helps me with brain fog.

After the SSRI poisoning, I had residual brain fog for years. I made smoothies with coconut oil religiously for a while, the improvement was remarkable. Now I don't do the smoothies, but still use it to cook and have attained what I consider "normal" clarity again.
I use organic, and mix it with organic cacao and confectioners sugar for an almost healthy fudge. Yum.

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I eat it

by the spoon- my body craves it now

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I pan fry everything with it.

I also use it to add oil to soups and other dishes as well. I haven't used it for baking yet but they say it's great for that as well.

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I use delicious coconut oil for everything.

Cooking, salad dressing, aftershave, toothpaste (mixed with baking soda). It also adds a rich zest to smoothes and fresh juices. It's high alkalinity is extremely useful in balancing the bodies ph. Fresh coconut water is the highest natural source of electro-lites. A little research on it's values can be most enlightening. And the meat is wonderful and beneficial as well.

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I use it for oil pulling and cook some things in it

My sister slathers it on her and her toddlers for a moisturizer ...and shea butter for skin is good too.

Coconut Oil Fried Chickem

Is some of the best chicken I have ever made/tasted.

Fat metabolism in general is

Fat metabolism in general is healthy. Look more into ketogenic diets.

In case people don't know

It congeals below 68°, I believe.

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Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is the brand I use. It is delicious. The ratio is 1:1 when substituting for butter/lard, etc. To my knowledge, coconut oil is the only oil that does not undergo a chemical change when heated...
I know it certainly makes my "Black Bottom Cake" more moist than other oils do...

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I've been thinking about

I've been thinking about buying Nutiva's coconut oil because its price is the best but marginally. I started using c oil two months ago, and I love it. The c oil I bought is Ziggy Marley's.

I talked with one of the employees of a health food store I go to. He said all c oils are the same, but that if there is a difference among them, that difference is in how the coconut is pressed, which from what I can discern produces no benefit. (Do you know if types of pressing produces benefit?) I asked him about the nonGMO tags running below some of the c oil jars. He said some c oil companies signed onto the nonGMO project. I couldn't help but lament what this project will cause if it gets enough momentum. Perhaps my lamentation sounds out of place, but I'll explain.

I assume the nonGMO project is connected to government. If it is, I detest this project. It, as anything tied to the centrality in society, allows substandard quality entry into the marketplace, the quality that was nonexistent until the centrality got involved because word of mouth -- the ability to praise and complain -- kept the sellers honest. If they aren't honest, they go out of business. Fast.

As if a junction in a course of activity to capture a market, this project would provide those who "came first" to own the market, that is, buy land wherever coconut trees are and are not but grow trees there after (centrality's) regulation is created. This regulation, as any regulation from the centrality, would be a barrier to entry into the market.

As time goes on and if there are new sellers of coconut oil, the new sellers would be working under the First Comers, a pyramid structure that's false as opposed to legitimate, a pyramid whose formation came from pleasing customers. Because of cornering the market, a manuever I think can happen only in a centralizing, or consolidating, world, honesty and humanity evaporate and oppression and automation emerges and envelope.

Until I'm certain the nonGMO project isn't tied into government anywhere, I say, beware the nonGMO project. This project sounds nice, but sound doesn't mean it is.

Anyway, yep, c oil is good. It's made my cakes moister than any other oil has. That I'm doing my health well eating it makes me all that much happier I eat it. Hmm, hmm, good.

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Coconut oil

is very good for you. But I don't think it has nearly as many benefits as EXTRA VIRGIN olive oil. Coconut oil may have these particular 'brain health' effects, not sure if extra virgin olive oil has those same brain effects, but the list of other benefits that come from extra virgin olive oil are amazing! I ingest 3-8 tablespoons a day of the extra virgin olive oil, it is the only oil that is completely digestable,(ie. no runs), it clears the plague build up in the heart arteries, incredible source of antioxidants, lowers bad cholesterol AND raises good colesterol, clears skin up from the inside out, I could go on and on. Please check it out, I think coconut oil is amazing and may have specific benefits that extra virgin olive oil may not have, and vice versa. I've also been researching 'oil pulling', check it out for health reasons. Thanks for the post

Enonesoch

interesting....

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