Benefits of Virgin Coconut Oil that will Blow You Away
The benefits of Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) can change your life forever. No other fat can match, let alone surpass, what VCO can do for your health.
Frankly, I can’t think of any other food, let alone dietary fat, that can at least rival virgin coconut oil in its health-boosting properties.
Please accept my apologies if you think I’m way too overconfident or even biased. But can you blame me if you knew the following benefits?
I mean, ask yourselves… How many fats and oils out there can do at least half of what’s listed below. Note that the following list is by no means a complete one.
Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA), the powerhouse fatty acids plentifully found in virgin coconut oil, can help:
- Reduce chronic inflammation
- Shield against osteoporosis
- Protect from cancer
- Stave off skin infections
- Control dandruff
- Kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites and protozoans
- Maintain the development of strong bones and teeth
- Diminish malabsorption syndrome problems
- Lessen symptoms associated with chronic fatigue syndrome
- Ward off heart disease, atherosclerosis and high blood pressure
- Reduce symptoms of psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis
- Prevent periodontal disease and tooth decay
- Prevent diabetes and relieve its symptoms and health risks
- Relieve pain and irritation caused by hemorrhoids
- Guard against kidney disease and bladder infections
- Wipe out fungi and yeast that cause candida, jock itch and others
- Curtail symptoms associated with pancreatitis
- Prevent damaging effects from the sun’s ultraviolet radiation
- Expel or kill parasites such as lice, tapeworms and giardia
- Avert premature aging and degenerative disease
- … be back for more, I’m just getting started …
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PLEASE SEE REFERENCE NUMBERS 8, 10-11, 13-30, 32, 44-50, 82-86 FOR MORE.