5 Reasons Why Minola Coconut Cooking Oil fits your healthy lifestyle best

  • What’s the healthiest oil to use?
  • Benefits of Minola Coconut Cooking Oil

If you are pursuing whether your #BalikAlindog2018 program or just maintaining your already healthy body and you are afraid that too much oil and fats can jeopardize your goal, there’s a cooking oil variant that you could rely to on your regular routine.

Coconut oil

Even though Coconut Cooking Oils have been on the market for some time now, people tend to vent over to cheaper (probably unhealthier) alternatives. What they don’t notice is that they have been taking the best option for granted.

In the Philippines, the one brand that will surely stand out when you talk about Coconut-based cooking oil would probably Minola Premium Coconut Cooking Oil. The Minola brand franchise has been leading the market for over 50 years and it has consistently updated its brand equity.

With that, we lay you down 5 reasons why Minola Coconut Cooking Oil is, indeed, the healthiest oil to use.

Has Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFAs)

Minola takes its health benefits from the MCFAs (C6, C8, C10) and from lauric acid (C12). Lauric acid can be found in a mother’s milk and it provides protection against the harm brought by infections. It has anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-microbial properties.

Has Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs)

Both coconut oil and mother’s milk contain MCTs and when consumed, they are converted into MCFAs and medium monoglycerides, including monolaurin. All affects one’s immunity. MCTs are sent directly to the liver and immediately converted into energy, instead of being stored as body fat. Long-chain fatty acids are usually deposited as fat in the body. Minola Premium Coconut Cooking Oil, like any pure coconut oil, naturally solidifies under 30 degrees. This will not affect the quality of the cooking oil as it immediately liquefies when heated as well as when consumed since the body’s temperature is at 36 degrees.

Has zero transfat

Need I say more?

Minola is cholesterol-free

We might discuss the horror that is cholesterol, but we would focus more to Minola being free to cholesterol. Yes, you read that right. Minola Coconut Cooking Oil helps make your heart healthy. Minola is a vegetable oil and it does not cause obesity because the oil and fats itself do not stay inside your body that long.

Best with Keto diet

If you are doing Keto diet or even just planning to, you should know what kind of oil would fit the program. Coconut oil is considered as Keto Diet’s best friend as it is one of the world’s healthiest fats. Because of its MCT and Lauric Acid component, it is easy to incorporate with Ketogenic diet.

What do you think? Share your thoughts below.

Written by Denis Santos

A Journalism student who considers nature as his second home. Likes to travel on a budget, and believes tofu and nuggets come hand in hand.

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