New Studies Show That Coconut Oil is Really Good For You

According to "The Latest Studies on Coconut Oil" by Mary G. Enig, PhD, recent research contradicts claims that coconut oil causes atherosclerosis and heart disease.

In these studies, from 2003- 2005, virgin coconut oil helped lower total cholesterol, triglycerides, phospholipids and low density lipoproteins (LDL). It was also shown to prevent in vitro LDL-oxidation (which is something that can start the process of atherosclerosis). There is also evidence that coconut oil is useful as a successful treatment for acute aluminum phosphide poisoning.

You don't have to worry about coconut oil being a "bad saturated fat." There is abounding evidence that coconut oil is far better for you than polyunsaturated vegetable oils. (And it doesn't even compare to the extremely unhealthy hydrogenated trans-fats.)

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"The Latest Studies on Coconut Oil" by Mary G. Enig, PhD can be found in Wise Traditions, Winter/Spring 06, the magazine published by the Weston A. Price Foundation.

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