The Healthy Oil” Zero cholesterol and
trans fats - Safe for diabetics - This coconut oil is fully cold-pressed; USDA certified organic, extra virgin,
raw coconut oil.
The Best Certified Organic 100% Pure Extra Virgin Coconut
* A "healthy fat" that your body needs to function
* Helps your body maintain healthy cholesterol levels
* Contains lauric acid which boosts your immune system and provides a
strong anti-viral defense for your skin and internal organs.
* Maintains healthy intestinal flora and promotes a healthy gastrointestinal
* 100% guaranteed
Our Organic is 100% pure and cold
pressed immediately after picking to maintain the integrity of its active
ingredients. The oil remains fresh without using bleach, preservatives or
desiccated coconut. It has never been fumigated or irradiated and is made from
fresh coconuts guaranteed to be grown without the use of pesticides or chemical
fertilizers. No preservatives or other flavorings are ever added.
Coconut Oil BENEFITS:
Cholesterol, No trans fatty acids
for the immune system with high amounts of lauric acid (over 50%)
maintain healthy cholesterol levels
• Potent skin and hair moisturizer
Coconut oil contains a medium chain fatty acid that
promotes increased metabolism
and healthy cholesterol levels. With high amounts of lauric acid and
monoglycerides like that found
in a mother’s breast milk raw coconut oil is imperative for a healthy immune
system. Also known for
its strong anti-viral properties it is effective in warding off potential
infections and diseases. It has a unique,
subtle flavor that compliments most recipes and offers a highly nutritional
alternative to other vegetable
to successfully use Coconut oil in your daily lives:
• Add Coconut oil to your
favorite smoothie, milk shake or coffee.
• Bake with Coconut oil. It
will increase the shelf life of your baked goods and the taste is incredible.
• Fry with Coconut oil because
it is stable at high heats. Try frying vegetables, chicken, shrimp and
fish in Coconut oil – healthy and tasty!
• Replace the oil in organic
peanut butter with Coconut Pacific to create a delicious fruit and bread spread.
• Apply Coconut oil to your
hair at night as a deep conditioner. Wash out in the morning and experience
the difference in your healthy hair.
• Use Coconut oil on your face
and body as an incredibly potent moisturizer. Your skin will feel
soft and supple. Pamper yourself by soaking your feet in warm water with
• Coconut oil is the best
massage oil on the market. Smooth, luxurious and sumptuous.
Coconut Oil high in fat?
Not all fats are bad for us. An excellent reference of this
subject is Eat Fat, Lose Weight:
The Right Fats Can Make You Thin for Life by Ann Louise Gittleman. Certain
saturated fats, like omega 3 fatty
acids and Lauric Acid of which Coconut Oil is typically 50% or more, help build
the immune system and increase
metabolism, helping the body burn unwanted fats. Good fats provide satiety and
stabilize blood sugar levels,
helping you feel full and satisfied for hours instead of minutes. These healthy
fats can even boost the body’s metabolic
rate and, since fat is metabolized slowly, decrease the rate at which
carbohydrates are released into your system.
It’s just a matter of knowing which fats are good for you and how to get them
into your diet.
Coconut Oil raise your cholesterol?
is 0 mg of cholesterol in Coconut oil. Cooking with Coconut oil and
consuming it on a regular basis will help you maintain cholesterol levels that
are already in the healthy range. Replacing the traditional cooking oils and
spreads that are high in cholesterol with Coconut oil is clear the smart
Coconut Pacific as good as Olive Oil?
better. It serves as a superior oil for sautéing or frying due to its stability
at high heats, and the taste if far better. As a topical oil, you will smell
much better using Coconut oil.
Can I cook at high temperatures with
Yes, because Coconut oil will not break down at high
temperatures. The heat will not cause the oil to transition into dangerous
trans fatty acids as with other traditional cooking oils. Because it is so
stable at high heats, you will find that less is required for certain types of cooking.
much should I use?
are so many different uses for Coconut oil, from cooking and frying to moisturizing
hair and skin to spreading it on toast. You will find that you need less than
you think when cooking, and even less than that when used as a topical oil.
Some nutritionists recommend up to 3-4 tablespoons per day as a nutritional
there a lot of calories?
Coconut oil has fewer calories, gram for gram, than other fats. And because Coconut
oil is made of almost entirely medium chain fatty acids which convert
quickly to energy, as opposed to the long chain fatty acids found in
traditional cooking oils which are stored in the blood as fat, the calories in Coconut
oil are burned very easily and quickly.