Tropical Sun 100% Pure Coconut Oil 1L (Pack of 6) - £7.89 (Prime) £12.38 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Tropical Sun 100% Pure Coconut Oil 1L (Pack of 6) - £7.89 (Prime) £12.38 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 7th Jun
A true gift from Mother Nature, Tropical Sun 100% Pure Coconut Oil is one of the most fruitful substances on Planet Earth. Consumed on a daily basis by people in Sri Lanka, India and the Philippines, coconut oil is not only wonderful for cooking, but can also be used as a massage oil, for cosmetic purposes and even as fuel to power cars. Magical stuff!

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100% Pure Coconut Oil

RRP is £4.99 each expiry date is end of 2019

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Ignore the scaremongers regrading coconut oil being unhealthy as that is utter garbage! I would not recommend this cheap trash though.
It should cold pressed 100% organic oil preferably from the Philippines.
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Now that's a saving
and if only coconut oil was healthy.
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Ignore the scaremongers regrading coconut oil being unhealthy as that is utter garbage! I would not recommend this cheap trash though.
It should cold pressed 100% organic oil preferably from the Philippines.
nexus7624 m ago

Ignore the scaremongers regrading coconut oil being unhealthy as that is …Ignore the scaremongers regrading coconut oil being unhealthy as that is utter garbage! I would not recommend this cheap trash though.It should cold pressed 100% organic oil preferably from the Philippines.


There is no scaremongering, there is a significant base of meta-analysis showing oil of all types, including coconut, to be a contributing factor to development and progression of atherosclerosis and increasing LDL cholesterol
gone
lukeo442 h, 6 m ago

There is no scaremongering, there is a significant base of meta-analysis …There is no scaremongering, there is a significant base of meta-analysis showing oil of all types, including coconut, to be a contributing factor to development and progression of atherosclerosis and increasing LDL cholesterol


Check out & google;
Dr Axe + Coconut Oil
Dr Mercola + Coconut Oil
The Truth About Cancer + Coconut Oil
The Shift Network + Coconut Oil
Food Revolution Network + Coconut Oil
Natural Health 365 + Coconut Oil
The Sacred Science + Coconut Oil
Michael Greger M.D. + Coconut Oil
lukeo442 h, 10 m ago

There is no scaremongering, there is a significant base of meta-analysis …There is no scaremongering, there is a significant base of meta-analysis showing oil of all types, including coconut, to be a contributing factor to development and progression of atherosclerosis and increasing LDL cholesterol


Is there? Your claim doesn't fit with the conclusion in the link you posted.

"Given the limited number of intervention studies in this area, along with the methodological flaws evident in existing studies, further well-designed randomized trials that include appropriate controls, are adequately powered, and examine a range of CVD risk factors are required."
Edited by: "satchef1" 7th Jun
lukeo442 h, 44 m ago

There is no scaremongering, there is a significant base of meta-analysis …There is no scaremongering, there is a significant base of meta-analysis showing oil of all types, including coconut, to be a contributing factor to development and progression of atherosclerosis and increasing LDL cholesterol



Yawn
lukeo443 h, 0 m ago

There is no scaremongering, there is a significant base of meta-analysis …There is no scaremongering, there is a significant base of meta-analysis showing oil of all types, including coconut, to be a contributing factor to development and progression of atherosclerosis and increasing LDL cholesterol


hahaha of course there is treacle.
Sold out I guess
Having too much of anything is unhealthy. Which is why rather than avoiding you should have it in moderation. It is perfectly fine to have a cake once in a while. You just have to be cautious not to have too much or if you do then increase exercise to counteract it. No one wants to live life by just munching on grass like cows do.
Edited by: "Raseo7" 7th Jun
lukeo444 h, 26 m ago

There is no scaremongering, there is a significant base of meta-analysis …There is no scaremongering, there is a significant base of meta-analysis showing oil of all types, including coconut, to be a contributing factor to development and progression of atherosclerosis and increasing LDL cholesterol


Strange, because all the health freaks and biggest bio-hackers on the net eat it.... including me.
MadeInBeats27 m ago

Strange, because all the health freaks and biggest bio-hackers on the net …Strange, because all the health freaks and biggest bio-hackers on the net eat it.... including me.


"Biohacking" the latest fad where gullaible people make "bulletproof" coffee by adding butter to it all the while the "experts" make money from those who can't see past a flashy blog or book promising them optimum health whilst eating foods that contribute to heart disease and elevated cancer risk. I'll take my chances not taking their advice, thanks all the same
Raseo71 h, 4 m ago

Having too much of anything is unhealthy. Which is why rather than …Having too much of anything is unhealthy. Which is why rather than avoiding you should have it in moderation. It is perfectly fine to have a cake once in a while. You just have to be cautious not to have too much or if you do then increase exercise to counteract it. No one wants to live life by just munching on grass like cows do.


"Everything in moderation" is a mantra used by people with poor eating habits to justify their lack of self control, there is no logic behind it other than making you feel better for eating junk food when you feel like it
lukeo4440 m ago

"Everything in moderation" is a mantra used by people with poor eating …"Everything in moderation" is a mantra used by people with poor eating habits to justify their lack of self control, there is no logic behind it other than making you feel better for eating junk food when you feel like it


I'm sorry but the ability to have things in moderation is actually excellent control. I am not justifying any poor eating habits. I agree that you should avoid an unhealthy diet, but I also believe you should not restrict yourself of good food either. Life would be boring without a bit of Nutella.

Why don't you crawl back in to your Bush and feed off leaves?
lukeo4450 m ago

"Biohacking" the latest fad where gullaible people make "bulletproof" …"Biohacking" the latest fad where gullaible people make "bulletproof" coffee by adding butter to it all the while the "experts" make money from those who can't see past a flashy blog or book promising them optimum health whilst eating foods that contribute to heart disease and elevated cancer risk. I'll take my chances not taking their advice, thanks all the same


? Only the trial you posted says coconut oil is pretty good. All the latest (independent unbiased) research shows a high fat, low carb diet is the healthiest. France has the lowest rate of heart disease in the world, think about all the fat they must eat.

CARBS are the killer... people eating cornflakes, toast & a glass of OJ in the morning... that's what's causing inflammation and raised cholesterol in the body. Bread, rice, pasta...

Any study you read which tells you fat is bad is a study paid for by big industry interest... and usually involves feeding mice high fat PLUS high carb diets... high fat with high carb is a dangerous.
gone, such a shame
lukeo443 h, 35 m ago

"Everything in moderation" is a mantra used by people with poor eating …"Everything in moderation" is a mantra used by people with poor eating habits to justify their lack of self control, there is no logic behind it other than making you feel better for eating junk food when you feel like it


Ooh I wonder what U must eat then if u think all oils are bad I suppose u don't use butter salt or sugar either. And eating things in moderation is just a mantra.
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MynameisM4 h, 40 m ago

Ooh I wonder what U must eat then if u think all oils are bad I suppose u …Ooh I wonder what U must eat then if u think all oils are bad I suppose u don't use butter salt or sugar either. And eating things in moderation is just a mantra.


You are correct, I don't
MadeInBeats9 h, 33 m ago

? Only the trial you posted says coconut oil is pretty good. All the …? Only the trial you posted says coconut oil is pretty good. All the latest (independent unbiased) research shows a high fat, low carb diet is the healthiest. France has the lowest rate of heart disease in the world, think about all the fat they must eat.CARBS are the killer... people eating cornflakes, toast & a glass of OJ in the morning... that's what's causing inflammation and raised cholesterol in the body. Bread, rice, pasta... Any study you read which tells you fat is bad is a study paid for by big industry interest... and usually involves feeding mice high fat PLUS high carb diets... high fat with high carb is a dangerous.


Processed carbs and juices are bad, i agree. But all carbs are not created equal. Carbs from whole grains, eg oats, quinoa, whole grain rice etc are not bad for you.
Any diet can keep you within a normal weight range as long as there is no over consumption of calories and moderate exercise is undertaken, but some diets will increase risks of later chronic disease, even if the person is within a normal weight range.

"Dr" Atkins, one of the earlier proponents of the low-carb diet, had a heart attack and tried to deny it was related to heart disease.
MadeInBeats7th Jun

? Only the trial you posted says coconut oil is pretty good. All the …? Only the trial you posted says coconut oil is pretty good. All the latest (independent unbiased) research shows a high fat, low carb diet is the healthiest. France has the lowest rate of heart disease in the world, think about all the fat they must eat.CARBS are the killer... people eating cornflakes, toast & a glass of OJ in the morning... that's what's causing inflammation and raised cholesterol in the body. Bread, rice, pasta... Any study you read which tells you fat is bad is a study paid for by big industry interest... and usually involves feeding mice high fat PLUS high carb diets... high fat with high carb is a dangerous.



Have a read of this. assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/gov…pdf

I expect a fully referenced counter argument to the conclusion that reducing the intake of saturated fats reduces the risks of CVD and CHD events respectively,and improves serum total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triacylglycerol
lukeo4419 h, 38 m ago

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4892314/Avoid coconut oil and …https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4892314/Avoid coconut oil and oil of any type where possible


You soft lad?
mikeey841 h, 12 m ago

Have a read of this. …Have a read of this. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/704522/Draft_report_-_SACN_Saturated_Fats_and_Health.pdfI expect a fully referenced counter argument to the conclusion that reducing the intake of saturated fats reduces the risks of CVD and CHD events respectively,and improves serum total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triacylglycerol




Dude posts a 230 page PDF, says "read that" (lol), then says he 'expects' me to produce some kind of essay in reply. What the hell, lol. Mate, you posted a deal for Coconut Oil yourself.


coconutsandkettlebells.com/why…ou/


Edited by: "MadeInBeats" 8th Jun
MadeInBeats1 h, 49 m ago

Dude posts a 230 page PDF, says "read that" (lol), then says he 'expects' …Dude posts a 230 page PDF, says "read that" (lol), then says he 'expects' me to produce some kind of essay in reply. What the hell, lol. Mate, you posted a deal for Coconut Oil yourself. http://coconutsandkettlebells.com/why-real-saturated-fat-isnt-bad-for-you/[Video]


You use a blog and a Joe Rogan podcast to try and prove that coconut oil is healthy

You could present the most watertight evidence regarding dangers of eating high fat diets and he wouldn't be receptive, his whole podcase is based around opinions outweighing facts
lukeo442 m ago

You use a blog and a Joe Rogan podcast to try and prove that coconut oil …You use a blog and a Joe Rogan podcast to try and prove that coconut oil is healthy You could present the most watertight evidence regarding dangers of eating high fat diets and he wouldn't be receptive, his whole podcase is based around opinions outweighing facts


Yep. Do you know who that is on his show? Dude, you didn't even watch or read LOL.

Bye.
Edited by: "MadeInBeats" 8th Jun
MadeInBeats4 m ago

Yep. Do you know who that is on his show? Dude, you didn't even watch or …Yep. Do you know who that is on his show? Dude, you didn't even watch or read LOL.Bye.


Didn't click the link but I'm guessing its that Doctor he mentions called Rhonda?

He name drops her so much but never watched that episode...

Don't worry about Luke, he's making his daily tinfoil hat as we speak.
MadeInBeats1 h, 57 m ago

Dude posts a 230 page PDF, says "read that" (lol), then says he 'expects' …Dude posts a 230 page PDF, says "read that" (lol), then says he 'expects' me to produce some kind of essay in reply. What the hell, lol. Mate, you posted a deal for Coconut Oil yourself. http://coconutsandkettlebells.com/why-real-saturated-fat-isnt-bad-for-you/[Video]


Nothing like a youtube video to go up against a fully referenced meta analysis.

Well done.
MadeInBeats11 m ago

Yep. Do you know who that is on his show? Dude, you didn't even watch or …Yep. Do you know who that is on his show? Dude, you didn't even watch or read LOL.Bye.



I looked at the blog, saw the cherry picking and quality of the writing as well as the disclaimers:
"Please note: The members of the Coconuts & Kettlebells Coaching Team are not medical doctors or registered dietitians. They do not diagnose or treat disease."

Yet they are attempting to potentially damage the health of their readers by spreading misinformation

Anything involving Joe Rogan, i disregard as it's painful trying to listen to him ignore anything that doesn't fit with his view, his whole podcast is to promote his brand and sell his supplements and merchandise.
lukeo4416 h, 38 m ago

"Everything in moderation" is a mantra used by people with poor eating …"Everything in moderation" is a mantra used by people with poor eating habits to justify their lack of self control, there is no logic behind it other than making you feel better for eating junk food when you feel like it


I love your comment. Straight to the pint. Well done and I agree 100%
cherry_13061 m ago

I love your comment. Straight to the pint. Well done and I agree 100%


Haha thanks!
mikeey841 h, 10 m ago

Nothing like a youtube video to go up against a fully referenced meta …Nothing like a youtube video to go up against a fully referenced meta analysis.Well done.


Another one who didn't watch & knows nothing about the person in the video lol. Fool.
Edited by: "MadeInBeats" 8th Jun
lukeo441 h, 5 m ago

I looked at the blog, saw the cherry picking and quality of the writing as …I looked at the blog, saw the cherry picking and quality of the writing as well as the disclaimers: "Please note: The members of the Coconuts & Kettlebells Coaching Team are not medical doctors or registered dietitians. They do not diagnose or treat disease."Yet they are attempting to potentially damage the health of their readers by spreading misinformation Anything involving Joe Rogan, i disregard as it's painful trying to listen to him ignore anything that doesn't fit with his view, his whole podcast is to promote his brand and sell his supplements and merchandise.


So, you're obstinate then. Good for you and your life LOL.
juicedtothegills1 h, 14 m ago

Didn't click the link but I'm guessing its that Doctor he mentions called …Didn't click the link but I'm guessing its that Doctor he mentions called Rhonda?He name drops her so much but never watched that episode...Don't worry about Luke, he's making his daily tinfoil hat as we speak.


Because I listen to experts in the field... who are you? LOL... no body perhaps? Probably.
Your Body Needs Cholesterol - Nina Teicholz is an investigative journalist and author of "The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat, & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet"

MadeInBeats10 m ago

Another one who didn't watch & knows nothing about the person in the video …Another one who didn't watch & knows nothing about the person in the video lol. Fool.



I know who she is, I also know who wrote the report that I posted. I didn't watch your video- and you seemingly cant read a 203 page report?

I'll give you a clue- I reckon the list in the report I posted have more credentials.

Professor Paul Haggarty Deputy Director Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health, University of Aberdeen
Professor Jules Griffin University of Cambridge and Elsie Widdowson Laboratory
Professor Tim Key Professor of Epidemiology and Deputy Director of Cancer Epidemiology Unit, University of Oxford
Professor Mairead Kiely Professor of Human Nutrition, University College Cork
Professor Julie Lovegrove;Professor of Human Nutrition, Head of the Hugh Sinclair Unit of Human Nutrition and Deputy Director for the Institute for Cardiovascular & Metabolic Research, University of Reading

These are the first 5 people on the list. They have produced a report that looks at every major study conducted on the effect of saturated fat on human health. You haven't read it, I have. You listen to a podcast by someone that has a website where they ask for money.

Do you have any arguements for yourself, or do you just post youtube videos?
MadeInBeats6 m ago

Your Body Needs Cholesterol - Nina Teicholz is an investigative journalist …Your Body Needs Cholesterol - Nina Teicholz is an investigative journalist and author of "The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat, & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet"[Video]



Oh a journalist. Wow. What credentials she has.

The people I listen to on these matters don't have time to make youtube videos, as they are writing comprehensive reports that consider all aspects of the topic, rather than cherry picking data that helps them sell books.

You keep eating your coconut oil, and enjoy your heart attack.
Edited by: "mikeey84" 8th Jun
MadeInBeats11 m ago

So, you're obstinate then. Good for you and your life LOL.


Quite the opposite. You keep scoffing down meat and oil, disregarding the effects on your long term health, the environment and animals bud, enjoy!
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