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What People are Saying About Coconut Oil

 

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1.) Dr. Oz...has come out strongly for three critical rewards of Coconut Oil :Weight lossSkin care* Helps support a healthy digestive system We know it does a lot more than this but he only covered these three items in his first mention of Coconut Oil.

 

2.) New York Times Article
Once a Villain, Coconut Oil Charms the Health Food World. Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times
  
3.) Due precisely to the production method, the coconut oil we provide thereby retains plant sterols and tocotrienols.  Read this article to learn more: Fat Facts - on selecting healthy dietary facts - Ingrid Kohlstadt, MD, MPH
 
  
4.) Dr. Mary Enig, Phd (author of "Know Your Fats") and Dr Bruce Fife (author of best-selling book "The Coconut Oil Miracle") have gathered research and studies from recent years to show the benefits of consuming medium chain triglycerides (MCT) acids such as are found in virgin coconut oil.
 
 
5.) Dr. Mary Newport, The most recent breakthrough on understanding the health benefits comes from Dr. Mary Newport’s work on Alzheimer’s in her husband.  She identified organic coconut oil as an excellent source of fuel which may increase brain functions.  
 
 
 
 
       President of Nature's Approved, Ken Lightburn with Dr. Mary Newport and her husband Steve.
 
 
6.) By Melissa Clark P

ublished: March 1, 2011

A FEW years ago I noticed something odd at the health food store. There, rubbing elbows with the extra-virgin olive oil and cold-pressed canola oil was virtually the last fat I expected to see in such esteemed company: coconut oil.

The last time I checked, coconut oil was supposed to be the devil himself in liquid form, with more poisonous artery-clogging, cholesterol-raising, heart-attack-causing saturated fat than butter, lard or beef tallow.

Its bad reputation caused a panic at the concession stands back in 1994, when the Center for Science in the Public Interest put out a study claiming that a large movie-theater popcorn, hold the butter, delivered as much saturated fat as six Big Macs. “Theater popcorn ought to be the Snow White of snack foods, but it’s been turned into Godzilla by being popped in highly saturated coconut oil,” Michael Jacobson, the executive director of the center, a consumer group that focuses on food and nutrition, said at the time.

So given all this greasy baggage, what was coconut oil doing in a health food store? In fact, it has recently become the darling of the natural-foods world. Annual sales growth at Whole Foods “has been in the high double digits for the last five years,” said Errol Schweizer, the chain’s global senior grocery coordinator.

  

Two groups have helped give coconut oil its sparkly new makeover. One is made up of scientists, many of whom are backtracking on the worst accusations against coconut oil. And the other is the growing number of vegans, who rely on it as a sweet vegetable fat that is solid at room temperature and can create flaky pie crusts, crumbly scones and fluffy cupcake icings, all without butter. 

 

 

What People are Saying about Tocotrienol Consumption. 

 Numerous studies over the past two decades have suggested that the tocotrienol form of vitamin E is a top choice for cardiovascular protection and heart health. 

 

A recent review of tocotrienol points out that they are also being researched for benefits to bone health, blood sugar metabolism, brain health and cancer. 

 

Moreover, tocotrienols are being researched to  help achieve or maintain healthy cholesterol, while simultaneously protecting your arteries. It is worthwhile understanding more about them and how they may beable to improve your health.  (www.wellnessresources.com) 
 
 

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