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Publisher's Summary

Discover the best 25 ways on how to use coconut oil for beauty, hair, health, increasing energy, and losing weight. These are the best 25 ways to create lasting health in your body with coconut oil!
More than 90 percent of coconut oil is saturated fats, along with traces of a few unsaturated fatty acids, like polyunsaturated fatty acids and monounsaturated fatty acids. Virgin coconut oil is no different. However, it's not bad for your heart at all! In fact, coconut oil has been proven to be healthy for your heart.
The saturated fats in coconut oil are mostly medium-chain fatty acids, which agree with the body's systems well. Lauric acid is the chief medium-chain fatty acid found in coconut oil, and represents more than 40 percent of the total, followed up by capric acid, caprylic acid, palmitic, and myristic acid. The body creates monolaurin from lauric acid, which is helpful in handling diseases and viruses. The capric acid reacts with enzymes that are created by bacteria. It's then converted into an antimicrobial known as monocaprin. Caproic, caprylic, and myristic acid are also antimicrobial and antifungal in nature.
The unsaturated fatty acids are polyunsaturated fatty acids and monounsaturated fatty acids. Coconut oil also has Gallic acid, which is also called phenolic acid. It also contains many different vitamins and nutrients that are important for your overall health.
The point is this: Coconut oil is very healthy for you and can be used as an antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral. It helps with weight loss, digestive upset, and many other illnesses, as well as substitutes for beauty and hair treatment, and is great as an alternative, organic cleaner!
You can find out more about all its beneficial uses in this book, as well as a comprehensive guide on which coconut oils will suit your needs best.
Here is the overview of the lessons you will learn:



Why coconut oil can help you increase your energy levels
How coconut oil can help you lose weight
The top ways coconut oil nourishes all hair types
Unexpected beauty uses for coconut oil
Using coconut oil as an alternate treatment for illnesses and disease
Coconut oil for the home
And much much more....

Take charge and improve your health with coconut oil!
©2016 Impact Publishing (P)2016 Impact Publishing
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4 out of 5 stars
By trixie on 06-14-16

Coconut Oil

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I listened to this audiobook in one sitting. I learned several use of coconut oil that is very beneficial.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By J and M on 07-04-16

Informative

This book is very informative. There is no pomp or polish, though. So don't look for that. The author is very direct. There's no companionable or conversational tone here. It's almost as though she searched online and collected all the data and presents it in this book. However, that's Not a bad thing. While, most books in this category put a little more into engaging the listener, too many end up sounding like infomercials that spend more time talking in circles about nothing then disseminating the information they claim to be giving.
If I had to choose between the two, this is better. There is a lot of information here on what's currently going around about coconut oil. And, where the text or writing is lacking in engagement, the narrator makes up for it. Alanna Williams voice is smooth, engaging, and very easy to listen to.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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