Yes it does coconut oil assists with healthy weight loss.
Because unlike other fats, coconut oil is processed by the liver in a
way that it is converted directly into energy. Once converted it speeds
up your metabolism to help you burn off those kilojoules faster and more
effectively. Coconut oil does not store in the body as fat.
Dr Bruce Fife recommends that if you are taking coconut oil for the purpose of weight loss to start with 3 teaspoons each day, with each meal, and gradually build up to three tablespoons.
Coconut oil also slows the digestion of food down which assists in the absorption of healthy nutrients and helps you feel fuller after a meal. Many notice that after adding coconut oil to their diet, they are less prone to snacking and to unhealthy sugar and/or carbohydrate cravings.
The medium chain fatty acids in coconut oil also destroys candida (an
important part of achieving permanent weight loss). It is excellent for
detoxification. It cleanses the body of many infirmaries, balances the
digestive tract and nourishes all cells in the body. This restores your
health and paves the way for natural healthy weight loss.
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Author: Jenni Madison
Jenni started Coconut Magic when she returned from living in Thailand in 2011.Whilst abroad, Jenni had discovered the most amazing quality of coconut oil and experienced her own health transformation. Jenni returned with very little other than her coconut oil discovery and a desire to share it with the world. Just a few months after her return coconut oil and a whole new perception of well being started to become 'rediscovered' in the west. People were looking for clean, pure and sustainable, health products. People were eager to learn about health food, raw food and healing with plant-based nutrition. Based on this, alongside Jenni's passion to share what she had discovered in the East, the company grew fast.
Coconut Magic is committed to bringing you the highest quality coconut products, backed by sustainable, fairly traded production, and well being education.
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