Get cold pressed coconut oil (not refined)


Get cold pressed coconut oil (not refined)
Coconut oil has long been forgotten in modern medicine although it has incredible nutritional value and pharmacological action. In recent times, this injustice is slowly being corrected because coconut oil is one of the healthiest oils and a fantastic culinary food. It is very resistant to high temperatures, so it can be used in food preparation (for frying and baking), as a dressing for salads, as an addition to cooked rice or vegetables. With a daily intake of coconut oil, a slight increase in body temperature can be felt (due to increased metabolism when burning fatty acids). Coconut oil gives more energy and a feeling of satiety. The body then looks for less foods rich in sugar and starch which gradually facilitates the transition to a healthier diet.


Get cold pressed coconut oil (not refined)
The key ingredient in this oil is lauric acid (which has a strong antiviral and antibacterial effect and protects people from many infectious diseases). Lauric acid is still found only in breast milk, which is an important ingredient because it protects the baby from various infections (while the baby’s immune system is not yet sufficiently developed). Another ingredient in coconut oil is caprylic acid, which promotes the growth of “good” bacteria (especially lactic acid bacteria). Scientific research says that caprylic acid acts against candida and destroys parasites in the digestive tract. Fatty acids (from coconut oil) are easily digested and absorbed by the body. Coconut oil does not burden the digestive system and internal organs at all. This is important for patients who need a strong body to overcome diseases. Fatty acids (from coconut oil) cannot be stored in the body in the form of fat stores because they do not circulate in the bloodstream but are directly transported to the liver (where they are immediately converted into energy – speed up metabolism and burn calories, which contributes to weight loss). massage and care oil. Creates a barrier against infections, makes the skin soft, prevents the formation of wrinkles and age spots. Fine molecules of coconut oil easily penetrate the skin and strengthen connective tissue, which contributes to the firmness and elasticity of the skin. A moderate therapeutic dose is 3-4 tablespoons a day to get enough lauric acid, which strengthens the immune system.

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