The Facts About Fats – Part 4: Coconut Oil Debunked

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This is the fourth and final infographic in The Facts About Fats series, this one covers the (sizzling) hot topic of coconut oil!

Debunking the coconut oil craze is very close to my heart as it was one of the fads which inspired me to start blogging; I really struggled to get my head around how it could be healthy to add spoons of coconut oil to your coffee and the serious claims around curing diseases like Alzheimer’s particularly bothered me.

Click on the link below to check out this infographic:

The Facts About Fat – Part Four: Coconut Oil Debunked

If you would like to see more infographics like this then check out:

The Facts About Fats – Part One: The Basics

The Facts About Fats – Part Two: Trans & Saturated Fat

The Facts About Fats – Part Three: Unsaturated Fat

 

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