Yes, you can heat virgin coconut oil. Unlike other plant-based oils, it won't oxidize and break down easily into harmful compounds that are detrimental to your health. Thanks to the... find out more ›
How to melt your solid coconut oil and make it stay liquid
When the ambient temperature of your room has fallen below 76 °F (24.4 °C) in winter or due to a sudden change in weather, your coconut oil will start to solidify. The lower the temperature, the harder it gets. This is because pure coconut oil such as virgin or RBD has a pretty high freezing point of... find out more ›
10 silly coconut oil myths, blasted!
The myths about coconut oil are still everywhere. This is bad because they create confusion and mislead people. Let me set the record straight here and help clear the air since I'm one of the rare few who is extensively consuming and using coconut oil day in, day out. Let's bust them all.... find out more ›
7 virgin coconut oil disadvantages and how to overcome them
Besides the disadvantages of coconut oil in general, virgin coconut oil has its own specific disadvantages. But most of these so-called downsides do not really apply to me or affect me at all. That's why I choose virgin coconut oil over other coconut oils for my daily health and skin care. I hope you're not affected too so that you can... find out more ›
Is coconut oil saturated fat good or bad?
When I talked about the benefits of coconut oil some time ago, I illustrated the simple mechanism of why the saturated fats in coconut oil are good for us. But that's only a fraction of the entire article and not focusing too much on them. So, this time around I wanted to put more spotlights on them. I'll show you how the saturated fats in coconut oil can... find out more ›