Unrefined Coconut Oil

Written by Josh Dodes
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While the average consumer may not spend much time thinking about the difference between refined and unrefined coconut oil, health-conscious consumers would do well to recognize the important differences. The fact is, coconut oil can be produced using a wide variety of methods, not all of which retain the full healthful potency of the original. With benefits as remarkable as those coconut oil can provide, there is no reason to settle for anything less than the most natural, powerful oil available.

Unfortunately, much of the coconut oil that you can find in stores or online is produced via unnatural processes such as refining, bleaching, and deodorizing. This has two important implications. First, it means that the final product contains chemicals that are unnecessary at best and detrimental to your health at worst. Second, it means that the oil itself has been robbed of some of the critical nutrients which make it such a perfect substitute for hydrogenated oils.

Unrefined Coconut Oil Means Quality

When coconut oil is produced naturally, it does not need sufites, preservatives or any unnatural processing. Cold-pressed and centrifugally distilled, the best oil on the market is pure and untouched. This oil not only tastes better, but it provides the largest possible health advantage.

At full strength, unrefined coconut oil can help prevent everything from heart disease to cancer. That's why you owe it to yourself and your family to only use oil that is processed properly. To do anything else would be to deprive yourself and your loved ones of the remarkable preventive powers of the original oil.


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