For years I have been using coconut oil ever since I first found that saturated fat was good for you.
Throughout the years I had heard things saying saturated fat was bad for you, even Harvard scientists will tell you saturated fat is bad.
I have also read things about how certain companies are as corrupt as sin and will tell you lies just to sell their products. Dodgy things have been said about Harvard scientists too, so that leaves me thinking “Should I believe what Harvard say or what I first read in the past?”
Personally, I haven’t had any problems using coconut oil and that is high in saturated fat... or is it?
I had another look at the label on the jar I am using right now.
It says per 100g
“Fat - of which are saturates 94g”
OF WHICH ARE SATURATES
According to Michael Klaper M. D saturated fat is also a bad fat.
So does this mean that 94% of that coconut oil is bad for me after all?
But I have had no serious side affects to it, none at all.
In my personal view I think that coconut oil does more good than bad.
But are these saturates in the oil relating to saturated fat only or is it a combo of saturated, mono and polysaturated?