OLIVE OIL VS COCONUT OIL

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OLIVE OIL VS  COCONUT OIL

OLIVE OIL VS COCONUT OIL

BENEFITS OF  COCONUT  Oil – The Saturated Fats

Acts as an Antioxidant and Reduces Oxidative Stress: Virgin coconut oil consists of some antioxidants, like polyphenols and flavonoids. In the process of oxidative stress, the blood vessels in our body and heart get affected that leads to heart attack . These antioxidants keep us safe from such heart ailments.

HighTemperature Resistant:  Coconut oil is a saturated fat, and it is high temperature resistant, reduces hunger: It keeps you away from those irritating hunger pangs when you consume foods cooked in coconut oil.

Improves metabolic rate: Coconut oil increases metabolic rate that ultimately helps to reduce our waist size.

BENEFITS OF OlIVE Oil – The Monounsaturated Fats

Heart Friendly Fat: Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fats.

Lowers LDL Cholesterol: Olive oil helps in lowering    cholestrol  levels  that is known as bad cholesterol in our body.

Olive oil is rich in  vitamin E and polyphenolic compounds. These two components are antioxidants that help in reducing the systemic inflammation level in our body.

DEBATE – WHICH OIL IS BETTER
So, from the table and discussion, it is clear that both coconut and olive oil are good for our health. But none of them are miracle fats. You need to consume both oils in small amounts. For cooking foods that need high temperature, like roasting, stir frying, you can use coconut oil as it has high temperature resistance. On the other hand, for simple cooking, use olive oil. But don’t use extra virgin olive oil for cooking, as heat at higher levels can destroy the Vitamin E and Polyphenol compounds in the Olive Oil.

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