Marachekku Coconut Oil is extracted from the coconuts by using our old traditional wood pressing method. Its a process of pressing coconuts by wooden chekku and extracting the coconut oil naturally with real aroma. Coconut oil is naturally sweet and flavored edible oil. Using wood pressed marachekku coconut oil highly helps you to boost fat loss, heart health and brain function. It helps in lowers the fat. And reduce risks of heart diseases.
Benefits Of Marachekku Coconut Oil
Benifits of using Marachekku coconut oil is massive. For your knowledge and understanding we listed few of the benefits below
1. Contains healthy fatty acids
Coconut oil is high in certain saturated fats. These fats have different effects in the body compared with most other dietary fats. The fatty acids in coconut oil can encourage your body to burn fat, and they provide quick energy to your body and brain. They also raise HDL (good) cholesterol in your blood, which may help reduce heart disease risk. Most dietary fats are categorized as long-chain triglycerides (LCTs), while coconut oil contains some medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs), which are shorter fatty acid chains. When you eat MCTs, they tend to go straight to your liver. Your body uses them as a quick source of energy or turns them into ketones. Ketones can have powerful benefits for your brain, and researchers are studying ketones as a treatment for epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, and other conditions.
2. Boost heart health
Coconut is an uncommon food in the Western world, with health-conscious people being the main consumers. However, in some parts of the world, coconut — which is loaded with coconut oil — is a dietary staple that people have thrived on for generations. For example, a 1981 study noted that the population of Tokelau, an island chain in the South Pacific, obtained over 60% of their calories from coconuts. Researchers reported not only good overall health but also very low rates of heart disease. Kitavan people in Papua New Guinea also eat a lot of coconut, alongside tubers, fruit, and fish, and have little stroke or heart disease.
3. Encourage fat burning
Obesity is one of the biggest health conditions affecting the Western world today. While some people think obesity is just a matter of how many calories someone eats, the source of those calories is important, too. Different foods affect your body and hormones in different ways. The MCTs in coconut oil can increase the number of calories your body burns compared with longer-chain fatty acids. One study found that eating 15–30 grams of MCTs per day increased 24-hour energy expenditure by 5%. However, these studies didn’t specifically look at the effects of coconut oil.
4. Have antimicrobial effects
Lauric acid makes up about 50% of the fatty acids in coconut oil. When your body digests lauric acid, it forms a substance called monolaurin. Both lauric acid and monolaurin can kill harmful pathogens, such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi. There’s also some evidence that using coconut oil as a mouthwash — a process called oil pulling — benefits oral hygiene, though researchers consider the evidence weak There’s no evidence that coconut oil reduces your risk of the common cold or other internal infections.
5. Raise HDL (good) cholesterol
Coconut oil contains natural saturated fats that increase HDL (good) cholesterol levels in your body. They may also help turn LDL (bad) cholesterol into a less harmful form. By increasing HDL, many experts believe that coconut oil may boost heart health compared with many other fats. In one study in 40 women, coconut oil reduced total and LDL (bad) cholesterol while increasing HDL, compared with soybean oil. Another study in 116 adults showed that following a diet program that included coconut oil raised levels of HDL (good) cholesterol in people with coronary artery disease.
6. Protect your skin, hair, and teeth
Coconut oil has many uses that have nothing to do with eating it. Many people use it for cosmetic purposes to improve the health and appearance of their skin and hair. Studies show that coconut oil can improve the moisture content of dry skin and reduce the symptoms of eczema. Coconut oil can also protect against hair damage. Oil pulling, which involves swishing coconut oil in your mouth like mouthwash, may kill some of the harmful bacteria in the mouth. This may improve dental health and reduce bad breath, though more research is needed.
7. Boost brain function in Alzheimer’s disease
The MCFA component in coconut oil – especially its generation of ketones by the liver – aids in mending brain function in Alzheimer patients.