Figuring out whether or not copra oil is “good for you” is often a difficult thing.
On the one hand, it’s basically 95% saturated fat, so clearly you ought to avoid it at the least costs if you would like your heart to stay beating, right?
That’s because saturated fat results in cholesterol which results in clogged arteries and heart attacks.
On the opposite hand, it seems the saturated fat in copra oil is essentially Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs), which actually increase metabolism and fat burning, and don’t find yourself stored.
MCTs, do that because they’re transported on to the liver for fast conversion to energy.
So the counter-intuitive result’s that eating more copra oil in your diet results in weight loss and
Add that to the very fact that the saturated fat increases testosterone production, as we all know it does, and it seems this oil consisting of mostly saturated fat is really quite good for you.