Coconut Oil

(Coconut oil is a superfood. It does not raise your cholesterol levels. The cholesterol thing is just a scare-scam anyway. And a person should also eat fermented cod liver oil. Forget all the other cod liver and fish liver oils. Blue Ice has the only fermented cold liver oil, which is real food. Also see  Coconut Oil and Alzheimers, etc.)

from the Weston A. Price Foundation

According to our own Dr. Mary Enig, two to three tablespoons of coconut oil per day appears to be an adequate dosage to fight infection, even from virulent antibiotic-resistant organisms such as MSRA.

There are lots of ways to get coconut oil into the diet: stir coconut oil in some tea; make macaroons; replace some of the butter in baking with coconut oil; and use it in cooking/sautéing. Mary’s oil blend (see below) is a good way to incorporate coconut oil in cooking and salad dressings.

MARY’S OIL BLEND

1/3 melted coconut oil

1/3 sesame oil – expeller pressed

1/3 100% olive oil

Combine oils, store in a tight container, in an area free from sunlight, and use in cooking or on salads.

COCONUT SMOOTHIE

Beth has shared this great smoothie recipe with us.

1 banana

1 cup frozen mango

1 cup frozen pineapple

1 cup orange juice

1/2 cup pomegranate/blueberry juice

1/2 cup natural yogurt or kefir, preferably homemade from raw milk

1/2 can coconut milk

Whirl in blender and drink to your health!

(Also see The Coconut Oil Detox Fast)

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2 Responses to Coconut Oil

  1. christashjian says:

    I work for a great company that imports 100% pure coconut oil from Africa. Check it out, http://www.africaimports.com

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