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Unrefined coconut oil is a favorite oil to cook with.

You can use it for high-heat cooking without making the oil rancid, which can be a big problem. Even if you start out cooking with a healthy oil (like olive oil or macadamia oil), the high heat may oxidize the oil (which means the oil becomes damaged, or rancid), and you end up with an unhealthy oil.

When you use unhealthy oils, you create inflammation in the body, which is the back story behind many modern-day diseases, including heart disease.

Unrefined coconut oil is also a good replacement for butter because it’s solid at room temperatures and gives you a creamy, delicious taste. It has antibacterial, antiaging and anti-inflammatory properties that boost your immunity for better performance.

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