Coconut oil is considered to be one of the few foods that actually belong to super foods!
Namely, coconut oil has a special mixture of fatty acids with strong medical properties, which is known as medium-chain triglycerides. Most of the fatty acids of triglycerides are considered a long chain, but the coconut oil is metabolized differently. These MCTs from the liver go to the digestive tract, where they are being used as a quick source of energy.
Coconut oil is still considered as an exotic food in many countries, which is essentially consumed by people who are informed of the importance of eating healthy food. In several parts of the world it belongs to the dietary products, and the locations where this food is most consumed are considered to be the healthiest in the world.
The people in the South Pacific, 60% of the calories receive through coconuts and they are also one of the biggest consumers of drench fats in the world. These people have outstanding health, and among them heart diseases are far less common than in the rest of the world.
All the well-being of coconut oil in just 30 grams:
Lauric acid in coconut oil can kill viruses, bacteria, fungi and helps fight infections. When we digest the oil, the body creates the monoglyceride known by the name monolaurin. Monolaurin and lauric acid help to kill harmful pathogens such as viruses, bacteria and fungi.
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