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10 Reasons to Use Coconut Oil Everyday

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10 Reasons to Use Coconut Oil Everyday

10 Reasons to Use Coconut Oil Everyday

10 Reasons to Use Coconut Oil Everyday

The whole world knows that coconut oil is one of the most versatile and healthiest oils today. Well, it wouldn’t be called healthy if there were no reasons. Apparently, this miracle product does not only help boost your immunity or improve gum health; it also brings about numerous benefits to the hair, skin, and other body parts.

True enough, coconut oil is a heaven-sent, especially when consumed daily. However, to somehow convince you to do so, you might want to read these reasons.

1. It is ideal for cooking.

Unlike other cooking oils, coconut oil has a high smoking point, making it ideal for grilling, baking, stir fry dishes, and even simple frying. Plus, it does not turn rancid quickly.

2. It improves digestion.

For those having problems with digestion, coconut oil is the cure. It has antioxidants, as well as antiviral and antimicrobial properties that help cleanse the body and treat intestinal imbalance.

3. It increases satisfaction.

By taking coconut oil before every meal, you are helping yourself not to eat too much because it helps increase satisfaction. Plus, it gives you enough energy for the day to do more activities for longer spans of time, even without food.

4. It boosts brain functions.

Coconut oil is composed mainly of saturated fats, which are not stored in the body, but are processed in the liver and transformed into brain food called “ketones”.

5. It makes you look fresh, young, and beautiful.

Rough and dry skin? Worry not. Apply coconut oil to your skin. It should moisturize and nourish the skin, making it baby soft. Also, this oil has antiseptic and antibacterial properties that keep the skin free from infections and viruses.

6. It balances blood cholesterol and sugar levels.

Since it is comprised mainly of saturated fats, coconut oil has the ability to boost good cholesterol in the body and converts the bad ones into a less harmful one. Hence, it prevents and protects you from potential heart diseases.

7. It betters nutrient absorption.

When you ingest coconut oil, you are actually helping your digestive system absorb more vitamin A, D, E, and K. Whatever way you take it, either you swallow it directly or add it to your favorite dishes, you still enjoy the same benefits.

8. It stabilizes thyroid functions.

Did you know that coconut oil can help stabilize thyroid functions? Yes, that is correct.  In fact, it does more than that. A daily dose of this product also helps the body to use insulin efficiently.

9. It improves hair health.

The same way it does to the skin, coconut oil also improves hair health by protecting it against dehydration and sun damage. Before you hit the beach, make sure to massage a little amount of this oil to your hair to shield the hair from harmful chemicals and UV radiation.

10. It makes an excellent addition to your beauty regimen.

It’s an effective eye makeup remover. It’s a moisturizing lotion. It’s a pocket-friendly body scrub. It’s a handy lip balm. Say it, coconut oil can replace it!

With its countless benefits and uses, coconut oil definitely deserves to be called the best of the best oils. Would you be keeping several jars?

Author Bio:

Catherine finds joy in the simplest things. Her passion for traveling is equally matched by her love for animals. When she’s at home, you can find her in her room writing about her travel experiences or outside the house playing with her fur babies. Whenever she’s in the mood for experimenting, you can see her in the kitchen trying out new recipes, most likely desserts. Despite her busy lifestyle, she makes sure to spend time with friends, participating in various charity works and running for a cause.

She shares her expertise about nutritious and organic foods like coconut oil on her blog Free Coconut Recipes. Find out what she’s up to by following her social media accounts, Twitter, and Google+.


Catherine Marqueses