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The wide range of healing effects of coconut oil, as well as its various cosmetic applications, are determined primarily by the high concentration of saturated fatty acids in this plant product (lauric (50%), myristic (20%), palmitic (9%), capric (5%), caprylic (5%), stearic (3%), etc.), as well as the presence of monounsaturated fatty oleic acid in the composition of coconut oil, which is very useful for the cardiovascular system and skin (which accounts for 6% in the fatty acid composition of coconut oil). The content of polyunsaturated fatty acids (linoleic omega-6 acid and linolenic omega-3 acid) in coconut oil is insignificant and amounts to about 0.5%.
Coconut oil also contains betaines, ethoxylates of fatty esters, ethanolamides, polysorbates, monoglycerides, polyols of esters, vitamins (A, E, B1, B2, B3, K and C), iron, calcium, phosphorus and other macro and microelements ...
When consumed regularly, coconut oil