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Coconut Oil has been used since olden days and has many excellent properties that promote good health. Being rich in MCFAs, minerals and proteins, it participates in many biological processes in the body and even treats many conditions and diseases.
Here are ten reasons for why coconut oil is a must for your kitchen!
Type II diabetes is becoming the leading cause of concern in the world with the possibilities of almost 80% of the world population turning diabetic becoming inevitable. In this scenario, wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could find an easy solution in your very own kitchen?
Coconut oil serves as an everyday prevention care when it comes to diabetes. Coconut oil prevents people from developing resistance to insulin which is one of the leading causes of type II diabetes these days. It contains medium chained fatty acids (MCFAs) that are readily digested and are not stored as additional fat.
Coconut Oil is effective against bacteria, fungi, parasites and protozoa. It is rich in lauric acid which is converted to monolaurin that is effective against these disease-causing pathogens.
In fact, coconut oil has been proven to be powerful against herpes, Influenza, Candida albicans, Streptococcus aureus and many other species.
When the MCFAs in coconut oil enter the digestive system, they get digested in the liver and are converted to ketone bodies. These ketone bodies have been known to have therapeutic effects on brain disorders such as epilepsy and Alzheimer’s disease.
Studies have proven the efficacy of coconut oil in treating children with drug-resistant epilepsy. They drastically reduce the incidence of seizures also.
Most dieticians recommend oil-free diet and we are becoming increasingly concerned about the intake of oil. However, certain oils contain essential nutrients and could also be beneficial to our system.
For that matter, coconut oil promotes better digestion and does not lead to fat accumulation. A research study has reported that taking two tablespoons of coconut oil a day increased the rate of metabolism by over 20% which lead to better burning of fat and resulted in weight reduction. In another study researches uncovered the link between coconut oil and reduction of abdominal obesity in women.
Add two tablespoons of Coconut Oil to your diet and see the weight loss results for yourself.
Would you be surprised if you came to know that coconut oil functions like your midday sweet snack? Well, but it is true. Taking good quality fat puts a check on your desire to take sweets. Next time that you are having your sweet cravings, take a tablespoon of coconut oil and see if it cuts the need for the additional calories or not.
If you are on a weight-loss diet, try taking some coconut oil. The ketone present in it will cut your appetite and hence reduce the amount of food you intake.
Coconut Oil has rich hydrating potential. In addition, it smoothens and evens out skin when applied on it. Being rich in essential nutrients, it strengthens connective tissues and prevents sagging and wrinkles.
You can apply coconut oil directly to your skin and on wrinkles to fade them out. In olden days, it was commonly practiced as a household, night time routine.
Coconut oil facilitates better calcium and magnesium absorption which are required for maintaining bone health. This in turn prevents osteoporosis and helps in maintaining healthy bones and teeth.
Preliminary research has shown that coconut oil reduces the viral load of HIV patients since it has the indirect effect of reducing viral susceptibility for HIV and cancer patients.
Studies have shown that coconut oil has the potential to treat kidney and gall bladder diseases including kidney stones.
Last but not the least, coconut oil is a good stress reliever and is used in massaging to relax body and mind.
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