77 Uses for Coconut Oil (including food, body, beauty, household, and more): http://bit.ly/2sUX5xl

In today’s episode of Ancient Medicine Today, I’ll be talking about the benefits and uses of coconut oil as well as how it can be used as a medicine on a daily basis.

To date, there are over 1,500 studies proving coconut oil to be one of the healthiest foods on the planet. Coconut oil benefits and uses go beyond what most people realize, as coconut oil — made copra or dried coconut flesh — is a true superfood.

Research has finally uncovered the secrets to this amazing superfood: namely healthy fats called medium-chain fatty acids (MCFAs). Ninety-one percent of the fat in coconut oil is healthy saturated fat. This fat composition makes it one of the most beneficial fats on the planet.

Most of the fats we consume take longer to digest, but MCFAs found in coconut oil provide the perfect source of energy because they only have to go through a three-step process to be turned into fuel vs. other fats that have to go through a 26-step process!

Unlike long-chain fatty acids found in plant-based oils, MCFAs are:
– Easier to digest
– Not readily stored as fat
– Antimicrobial and antifungal
– Smaller in size, allowing easier cell permeability for immediate energy
– Processed by the liver, which means that they’re immediately converted to energy instead of being stored as fat

All of this shows why this oil made from coconut copra makes for a true superfood, and it’s why coconut oil benefits are so plentiful and amazing.
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28 replies
  1. Snoobie Doo
    Snoobie Doo says:

    Okay I just recently started using extra virgin coconut oil from the pharmacy section of the food store I started taking or consuming raw coconut oil with an eye dropper of maybe three to four drops for the first couple of days and then the third day I took about a spoonful on the 4th I noticed that I had woke up this morning with very itchy skin so this tells me that I'm having allergic reaction my question is should I dilute this coconut oil into food or drinks to see if it easiest allergic reaction or should I cut it off immediately.

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  2. Francois Giannini
    Francois Giannini says:

    How do you expect people to believe you when you cant even read your teleprompter and say olive oil not coconut oil . there is sooooo much mis information and stop trying to cram soooo much info into people . Get your facts straight first and SLOW THE HELL DOWN . YOU ARE
    HELPING NO ONE !!!!!!!!!!

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  3. Suzanne Rock
    Suzanne Rock says:

    Thank you for this GREAT information doctor!! I try to tell people to us Coconut oil but they don’t believe me! Didn’t know all these fantastic benefits but i do now!! Thank you for sharing and giving us such good information! Especially love that it isn’t a pill or prescription!!

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  4. LovelyElle
    LovelyElle says:

    Hey um, for my hair

    Question 1: Do I apply coconut oil on dry hair or wet hair?

    Question 2: Do I keep it in my hair or do I rinse it out
    And can u eat coconut oil?

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  5. Josie Maschal
    Josie Maschal says:

    Thank you Dr. Axe for sharing your knowledge of Ancient Medicine and many many benefits of coconut oil is one of my staple at home I use it a lot , actually daily in my smoothie , my hair with rosemary oil and my face as cleanser. ❤️❤️❤️ God Bless you Doc and your family.🙏

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  6. Lisa Heineking
    Lisa Heineking says:

    I was so happy to see a video that went in to the extraordinary uses for coconut oil and our health! Not just smaller uses but big ones like the profound results studies have shown with Alzheimer’s. I believe it is a miracle food and the word still needs to be spread!

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  7. Ralph Mckellar
    Ralph Mckellar says:

    What do you look for in the coconut oil..the one at Publix for cooking is very different from the one in Palmer's cream style curl pudding for my hair. Please help me with this. Some say cold pressed..is that the same as non refind? thank you for all that you do ❤️ jenn

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  8. Rebecca Matthews
    Rebecca Matthews says:

    i want to gain weight. everyone in the world does NOT want to lose weight. lets start ,someone in the medical field say lets help people that are underweight especially a women that is tall and thin genitacally and over 50. started weght training at age 20 but after cervical cancer and ageing i have no muscle mass. gain weight not lose weight. Help please.,

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