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The NY Times is featuring a report by the Center for Science in the Public Interest that movie popcorn is bad for you because it uses
Imagine that, folks!
It states that eating popcorn with coconut oil is “…. like eating a pound of baby back ribs topped with a scoop of Häagen-Dazs ice cream.” What mis-information.
The Center has a long record of making false, unproved claims against coconut oil, and is a big promoter of Omega-6 rich oil like soy and
Note: coconut oil used in movie theaters today is refined coconut oil, but not hydrogenated. This removes the scent of coconut oil.
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Please post a comment on this story at the Times http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/11/19/popcorn/
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Please also help spread the word about this outrage of demonizing whole foods.
Please note that coconut oil contains medium chain fats which allows your body to convert this fat into energy. Fat from dairy or meat is
much different and does not contain medium chain fats.
Populations who eat large amounts of coconut oil – from Thailand, Sri Lanka, India, and Jamaica – have low levels of heart disease.
Often, these people move to America and consume the so called “healthy” polyunsaturated fats from corn, soy and canola products, experience unexpected weight-gain and heart disease.
Spread the word, and help us stave off this co-ordinated pre-hoiday attack on Coconut Oil.