Get Your Metabolism Cooking With Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is an excellent skin moisturizer and it can help to reduce dry and cracked skin. As a component of a healthy diet, this unique oil is still considered somewhat outlandish by many westerners. The benefits of adding it to your diet are numerous and potentially life-changing. Parts of the world, such as the South Pacific have used coconut as a staple of their diets for many years. In the Tokelauan population, there is no indication of heart disease in spite of the steady consumption of saturated fats in coconuts. 

What makes coconut oil unique is its combination of fatty acids rich in medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) that are easily absorbed in your body and perform a variety of essential functions. Chief among these is lauric acid, which is also produced in mother’s milk. The oil also includes polyunsaturated fat in the form of lineloic acid and polyunsaturated fats as oleic acid. In addition, coconut oil supplies vitamin E, providing a natural lubricant and protectant for the skin. Also present is vitamin K, essential for blood clotting, and minerals such as potassium, calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. 

One of the key benefits of coconut oil relates to the ability of the body to absorb MCTs easily. This process can speed the expenditure of energy, which boosts the metabolism. The result is you burn more fat as you consume coconut oil. The effect of this appears more pronounced on the more dangerous fat in your abdomen and clumped around organs. Remarkably, good results in loss of this fat occurred without adding any new exercise regimens to test subjects. When the liver processes the fatty acids in the oil it produces ketones, which can be used as a fuel source and leave you feeling satisfied. This reduces your appetite, which further supports weight loss initiatives. 

The medium-chain triglycerides in coconut oil and lauric acid in particular, also provide significant antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-fungal properties to protect the body against a variety of pathogenic bacteria, yeast, fungi, and enveloped viruses. Even bacteria resistant to some antibiotics are suppressed by the oil. This therapeutic effect extends to the bloodstream as well, where MCTs improve cholesterol levels and blood flow, which may lower the risk of heart disease. 

The ketones created by the liver from MCTs are also shown to reduce the risk of epileptic seizures in children. These ketones in the bloodstream supply energy to the brain and support synaptic activity. Too much glucose destroys brain cells whereas ketones stimulate brain cell health and growth. This has shown to have an immediate effect on patients with mild forms of Alzheimer’s disease and is believed to be a key component in supporting brain health and cognitive function. 

One of the first ways you can start to use coconut oil, preferably unrefined or virgin oil, is in frying and baking foods that call for oils or butter. The oil has a relatively high smoke point, which makes it a good match for cooking. You can also use a teaspoon of it on baked sweet potatoes and vegetables instead of butter. If you eat steel-cut or rolled oats or a yogurt smoothie for breakfast, add a spoonful into the mix as well. Soups, stews, and curries can also be enhanced with a spoonful of this beneficial oil. 

Now please listen closely and give me two minutes of your time. 

Unique recipes that “torch” bodyfat 

Cooking when trying to lose body fat can be tricky, we all know that. But today I got good news for you! Karine Losier and Dave Ruel spent the past year or so crafting the perfect “metabolic” recipe book. I highly recommend this for your kitchen if you want to get leaner, do it faster, and have it taste BETTER than ever: 

Quickly: 

What is “metabolic cooking”? 

Simply stated, it’s a unique way of preparing food that combines nutrients specifically geared for melting off body fat FASTER than normal. 

Here’s what I really love about Metabolic Cooking: 

1. The recipes are made from foods with a high Metabolic Thermo-Charge; more calories burned faster without losing taste… 

2. They structured the cookbooks around their incredibly helpful “Metabolic Nutri-Profile”… makes it SUPER easy to use… 

3. It’s been specifically designed to fight the Metabolic Adaptation Phenomenon: That is what happens when you are on a diet plan and you all of a sudden stop dropping bodyfat! 

Taste, ease, and metabolism-boosting power. 

You need nothing more. 

The BEST recipes for faster fat loss <—  Yummy recipes to melt body fat


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Published by Devi Janice

Hello! My name is Devi and I created this blog to express what I believe is the new way we are going to heal ourselves and that is through holistic living! I am currently studying to be a holistic nutritionist, as well as a reiki master. I am into chakra healing and crystal healing. I think we can gain back access to our intuition through the food we eat and by unblocking our chakras. This blog will be about me sharing how to do just that! I believe when connected with our intuition, we can live our true authentic selves to the fullest! I've worked hard to connect with my intuition and it has lead me to creating this blog to hopefully help you do the same! You can find that blog at www.devi-life.ca

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