Coconut Oil: not the superfood it’s made out to be?

Coconut oil has become the go to oil of late. It has those magical medium chain tryglicerides, along with a high smoke point, and no trans or hydrogenated fats. Sounds pretty good, right?

I suppose it won’t kill you, but have you ever noticed it’s the fat equivalent of white sugar? It has no nutritional value save vitamin E, and it goes straight to the liver, bypassing normal digestion, just like fructose does!Whenever anything is isolated from vitamins and minerals it becomes dangerous in my experience.
It’s made by extracting fat, as opposed to refining like butter.

As we’ve discovered, saturated fats can be healthy, but animal sources are more balanced in their composition and retain some trace minerals. I guess that’s why they taste so much better.
Butter, Lard and tallow are great!
We’ve been eating them for millienia, why stop now?

Be well.

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2 thoughts on “Coconut Oil: not the superfood it’s made out to be?

  1. Interestingly, the radionics treatment I’m currently undergoing is coming up with very similar responses to your research. I’m being advised to eat natural organic meat and dairy based products and to avoid highly processed ‘healthy’ substitutes.
    My gastro/intestinal readings (with 100 being total system failure) have dropped from 80 to 30 in 3 months and my body can now tolerate and process the foods, such as wheat, I was having to avoid.

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