Can you eat fractionated coconut oil?

Chalkboard showing if fractionated coconut oil is edible

Not all fractionated coconut oils are edible. Why? Because some are food grade while some are not. The non-food grade fractionated coconut oil is made for topical use and cosmetic purposes only. It's not safe for consumption. Hence, you should not take it internally. So, which fractionated coconut oil is safe to eat and which is for topical use only?... find out more ›

5 side effects of coconut oil and how to overcome them

Side effects of coconut oil

Diarrhea, Candida die-off symptoms, acne breakout, throat irritation and heart palpitations... these are the so-called side effects of coconut oil. If you're having any of these adverse reactions while eating or using coconut oil, no sweat. I'll show you how to get around them easily so that you reap just the benefits from... find out more ›

How to use coconut oil for flu and dodge all miserable symptoms

Coconut oil bullets firing at flu viruses

I've heard much about how coconut oil can kill flu virus. But when flu attacked me, I didn't know exactly how to fight back with coconut oil at first. I then tried taking various amount of coconut oil. And in the meantime, carried out some measures to supplement and complement my flu treatment with coconut oil whenever... find out more ›

Coconut oil for weight loss: How to eat fat to burn fat

Coconut oil effecting weight loss

When Dr. Bruce Fife told the world that coconut oil can burn fat and help lose weight in 2001, hardly anyone believed. But over the years, those who're willing to give coconut oil a shot have lost a significant amount of fat mass after incorporating coconut oil into their diet. How does coconut oil achieve that? Very simple. It helps to lose weight by... find out more ›