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How to use Coconut Oil?

Updated: Feb 14

  • Coconut oil is obtained by the process of extraction from the meat of coconut or dill. The composition of coconut oil consists mainly of saturated fatty acids, the most common of which is known for its pronounced antibacterial effect. These fatty acids are easily absorbed, converted into energy and do not burden the digestive system. However, excessive consumption is not recommended.

Coconut oil contains vitamins and polyphenols from which vitamin E is extracted, which contributes to the health of the entire organism.

We can find three types of coconut oil:

  • virgin

  • refined and

  • partially hydrogenated.

It is best to choose virgin because it has the greatest nutritional value and authentic taste and aroma of coconut.

Coconut oil in the diet

Coconut oil is used primarily in the diet of the South American and Asian populations, but over time it has spread as food to the European market. It has great nutritional value and no harmful consequences, so it is recommended in the preparation of food such as frying, as a spread or as an addition to healthy desserts.

  • Research shows that it is also excellent as food that affects weight loss and stimulates the accelerated work of metabolism.

  • Fast metabolism impacts the quality of life and provides more energy. It is believed that replacing sunflower oil with coconut reduces the accumulation of fat deposits and regulates body weight.

  • It certainly reduces the feeling of hunger and kills the appetite for unhealthy food.

Coconut oil as a medicine

The use of coconut oil maintains a healthy digestive system and regulates the proper functioning of the metabolism. It is directly absorbed into energy and lowers cholesterol, but only in cases when it is used in moderate amounts.

  • Coconut oil as a medicine can be good for heart work and blood pressure, prevents the possibility of atherosclerosis and has an anticancer effect.

The diseases against which it helps are numerous:

  • intestinal parasites and digestive problems

  • diabetes

  • viral infections and fungi

  • migraine and depression

  • chronic fatigue and weakened immunity

  • gum disease

  • Parkinson's disease

  • Alzheimer's disease

  • Coconut oil for face, skin, and hair

Coconut oil for the skin: Coconut oil does not contain toxins, the skin absorbs it well and makes it soft and hydrated. Regular use contributes to the fight against aging and heals extremely dry and chapped skin.

Coconut oil as a sunscreen is a great choice for lighter skinned people, children, and the elderly. Nourishes the skin due to the presence of fatty acids and vitamin E, protects from ultraviolet radiation, soothes sensitive skin from excessive redness and fights skin infections. It should be used every hour and in relation to other preparations, it is 100% natural and free of harmful toxins and chemicals. It is thought to block 20% of UV rays.

Coconut oil as a massage oil is suitable for both women and men, as well as for children of all ages.

Coconut oil for the face: In facial care, it is recommended as a cleansing preparation, every night before bed.

Coconut hair oil: The advantage of coconut hair oil is special because it prevents its loss, recovers it and fights dandruff. It restores its shine and elasticity.

  • Coconut oil is also known as an integral part of beauty cosmetics, of which we single out creams for face, body, and hand care. Still, natural coconut oil is quite enough to contribute to cosmetic beautification and achieve satisfactory results. Natural, cheap and without harmful consequences.

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