Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
The Coconut Oil Supplement That Provides Multiple Health Benefits
- Supports Energy and Weight Management
- Promotes Heart Health and Healthy Skin
- Powerful Nutritive Benefits
- New Vegetarian Softgels
The health benefits of coconut oil are multifaceted. Extra Virgin Coconut Oil possesses health properties that exceed that of any other dietary oil. This nutritionally valuable oil has a variety of applications and is hailed as a truly versatile product. Supplementing with coconut oil benefits: Skin care, weight management, heart health, energy, and overall health.1
Extra Virgin Coconut oil is a major source of medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) such as lauric acid, capric acid, and caprylic acid. Lauric acid is usually found in high concentrations in mother’s milk, which is what makes it so great for growth and development. The saturated fat in coconut contains up to 50% lauric acid and no cholesterol since it comes from plant sources. The other MCTs in coconut oil also support balanced cholesterol, abdominal fat burning, smooth skin, a healthy metabolism, and immune function to promote overall well-being.
By keeping skin supple and rejuvenated; supporting your weight management needs; promoting cardiovascular health; providing energy support; and enhancing multiple aspects of overall health, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil from GardaVita is the innovative, convenient, and versatile daily supplement that imparts the powerful nutritive benefits of coconut oil to all aspects of your everyday health and wellness.
Features & Benefits:
- Promotes supple and radiant skin
- Supports positive weight management and helps reduce abdominal fat
- Supports healthy cholesterol and raises “good” HDL numbers
- Helps increase cellular energy levels
- Delivered in state-of-the-art vegetarian softgels
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How Extra Virgin Coconut Oil Works
Extra Virgin Coconut Oil: This nutrient-dense food can benefit many aspects of your health, making it a truly versatile and valuable product for everyday use. Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is one of the richest sources of saturated fat known to man, containing almost 90% saturated fats. The saturated fats in extra virgin coconut oil, however, are comprised of medium chain triglycerides (MCTs)—lauric acid, capric acid, and caprylic acid—which are healthy fats and contain no cholesterol because they come from plant sources.2
Coconut oil promotes supple and radiant skin by providing a healthy flow of proteins that help repair and replenish skin cells. It also supports weight management by reducing appetite and increasing fat burning. It appears to be especially effective in reducing abdominal fat, which lodges in the abdominal cavity and around organs.3
Studies have shown that the saturated fats in extra virgin coconut oil help reduce total and “bad” LDL cholesterol levels while increasing “good” HDL cholesterol.4 MCTs in coconut oil are rapidly metabolized, giving your body more energy for physical exertion and post-workout recovery.5
Additional evidence shows that extra virgin coconut oil has strong antibacterial and antimicrobial properties that promote immune health, and that it contains nutrients that possess antioxidant properties.
New Vegetarian Softgels!
These brand-new coconut oil pills come to you in our new vegetarian softgel format that is animal byproduct free and safe for vegetarian/vegan diets. Vegetarian softgels are made from carrageenan, a natural and safe ingredient derived from red seaweed that acts as a stabilizing agent in food products.
Vegetarian softgel delivery systems are valued for their high bioavailability and absorption rates; and are vegetarian, halal, and kosher friendly.
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- Gunnars, K. (n.d.). "10 Proven Health Benefits of Coconut Oil (No. 3 is Best)." authoritynutrition.com/top-10-evidence-based-health-benefits-of-coconut-oil.
- Assunção, M.L. et al. (2009). “Effects of dietary coconut oil on the biochemical and anthropometric profiles of women presenting abdominal obesity.” Lipids. 44(7): 593–601. doi: 10.1007/s11745-009-3306-6.
- Odebunmi, O. (2015). "Benefits of Capric Acid." www.livestrong.com/article/475060-benefits-of-capric-acid/.
- MentalHealthDaily.com. (n.d.). "MCT Oil Benefits: List Of Scientific Possibilities." mentalhealthdaily.com/2015/04/13/mct-oil-benefits-list-of-scientific-possibilities/.