Top Six great benefits of Coconut Oil

Top Six great benefits of Coconut Oil

Coconut oil, is an edible oil extracted from the kernel or meat of mature coconuts harvested from the coconut palm. There are various applications of coconut oil because of its high saturated fat content.

 

Coconut Oil is very beneficial to the health because it high in antibacterial and antifungul. It also increases the body’s metabolism and promotes energy.

Some of the benefits of Coconut oil are:

It has a high heat point
Coconut oil is good for cooking, frying and baking at high temperature.
The oil does not oxidize and break down until 450 degrees Fahrenheit or 252 degrees Celsius. It is advisable to  use coconut oil in cooking all your recipes.

 

Moisturizer
Coconut oil can be used all over the body and on the face. It is a great, all natural moisturizer that will not cause your skin to be oily. It boosts collagen production in your cells and will keep the body

Toothpaste

Due to the antibacterial and anti-fungal properties of coconut oil, you can easily mix the coconut oil with baking soda and brush on your teeth. Store in a container in a cool place, as coconut oil turns to a liquid above 74 degrees Fahrenheit and 23 degrees Celsius.

Hair conditioner

To have a healthy, shinyhair, it is advisable to shampoo, rinse, style after leaving the coconut oil on your hair overnight or a duration of 15minutes.

Speed healing of cuts and sunburns
As it is a natural moisturizer, coconut oil, together with a drop or two of lavender oil, will heal your burns so that your skin doesn’t peel. Use daily on your skin, and it will heal in just a fraction of the time that you were used to. Coconut oil promotes collagen production and repairs the skin cells.

Increases breast milk in breastfeeding mothers
If you are a breastfeeding mother, you know that your milk supply is key to the development of your baby. Consuming coconut oil increases your milk supply, because healthy fats are a key component to hormone production

 

 

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