The Coconut Oil Secret Review – Has Jake Carney Re-Established The Coconut As Nature’s #1 Best Healing Superfood?

This Coconut Oil Secret review includes the most up-to-date information about Jake Carney’s guide to the amazing health benefits of coconut oil.  It was most recently updated by Partnership For Caring’s reviews staff on 1-30-2015.  Interested individuals can download The Coconut Oil Secret ebook in PDF format from Jake Carney’s official website found here.

Coconut oil is a substance which has long been touted by the alternative medicine community and traditional healing practitioners to be ripe with potential medical application. In more recent years, the seemingly miraculous properties of this all natural oil have come under scientific scrutiny.

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But while the scientific world is busy trying to produce an objective analysis of coconut oil, millions across the world are already using the substance in a huge number of ways and claiming health benefits.

Applications of coconut oil are broad, ranging from use as a cooking oil (sometimes replacing all other cooking oils), a belly fat reducer, a skin care solution, as a supplement for a laundry list of ailments including Alzheimer’s and diabetes, as a general aid to daily health, and even as an oral hygiene practice called oil pulling!  In fact, one of the more recent and somewhat bizarre science-backed findings even suggests marijuana infused into coconut oil fights cancer.

In The Coconut Oil Secret: Natures #1 Best Healing Superfood, a $10 direct download ebook by Jake Carney, many of the claims and controversies surrounding coconut oil are explored in detail. The ebook makes a lot of claims about coconut oil, explores uses of the substance, talks in detail about various types of oils, offers a look at scientific evidence surrounding the topic, and provides an in-depth overview of coconut oil and how it can be used to improve health in a variety of ways.

With this review, we decided to take an independent look at what the science truly says about coconut oil, and examine just how effective some of the ideas from The Coconut Oil Secret really are.  Jake Carney’s Coconut Oil Secret is an excellent read, and at just $10 from this website, it should be in the library of everyone interested in learning more about nature’s #1 best healing superfood.

The Cholesterol Controversy

One of the major themes explored in The Coconut Oil Secret PDF is the so-called “Lipid Hypothesis.” In simple terms, the Lipid Hypothesis introduced the idea that saturated fats increased “bad” LDL cholesterol and were therefore bad for cardiovascular health.  Correspondingly, reducing blood cholesterol would lower incidence for coronary disease.

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This hypothesis took its roots from research as far back as 1913, but by the 1940’s the idea had gained widespread prominence and many had adopted the idea that reducing the presence of saturated fats in the diet was one of the big keys to good health.  During this shift in dietary views, coconut oil was one of the implicated sources of saturated fats and was looked at by many as unhealthy.

In The Coconut Oil Secret, Jake Carney takes the position that the Lipid Hypothesis was actually wrong, and explores some modern perspectives on the discussion which has come to be known widely as the Cholesterol Controversy.

But why is this scientific debate so important for coconut oil?

Coconut oil has large concentrations of a compound called lauric acid, a saturated fat which increases both HDL and LDL cholesterol levels.  According to some interpretations of the Lipid Hypothesis, this makes coconut oil inherently unhealthy.

However, the fact coconut oil impacts both HDL and LDL levels is important. This is a more favorable effect than some oils which primarily impact only one form of cholesterol.  The HDL-raising effects of lauric acid are likely to make coconut oil a healthier alternative to partially hydrogenated vegetable oils.

Ultimately, despite the presence of articles with titles like “Cholesterol & Atherosclerosis: a Controversy Resolved” being prominent in the literature, the debate is still not settled, with sources like The Coconut Oil Secret providing evidence to refute the Lipid Hypothesis, other sources suggesting saturated fats may not be so bad, and others refuting that yet again.

At this point, there is little doubt of an existing correlation between cholesterol levels and cardiovascular health.  However, the exact mechanism and some of the finer details have not been fully uncovered and still require further research.

A Look At Health Claims In The Coconut Oil Secret

The Cholesterol Controversy is an important topic of interest for anyone looking to potentially make coconut a staple of their diet. But the discussion of the controversy only scratches the surface of what is explored in the pages of Jake Carney’s Coconut Oil Secret.

Included is everything from applications of the oil for improving the health of the skin, to claims of treating cancer, improving brain function, and boosting metabolism.  Some of these claims definitely raise a skeptics eyebrows, but what does the scientific literature have to say about their validity?

Firstly, it is important to note that some of the claims popular in the alternative health community and in The Coconut Oil Secret have yet to be sufficiently evaluated scientifically. In a 2011 review, it was concluded that “there is insufficient evidence to rate the effectiveness of coconut oil for weight loss, hypercholesterolemia, diabetes, chronic fatigue, Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and thyroid conditions.”

So why is “insufficient evidence” an issue?  Simply because for some health conditions, coconut oil has not been extensively studied in human trials, and while many claims have not been satisfactorily evaluated, they have also not been disproved.

With that being said, there is still sufficient evidence available in the literature suggesting some credence to coconut oils many benefits.

It has been shown to have some benefits to the health of the skin when applied topically, including being used to help treat a form of atopic dermatitis in children.

Another study pointed to coconut oils ability to improve quality of life in female patients with breast cancer, lending some credence to the claims within The Coconut Oil Secret of its usefulness in coping with cancer.  From the same study: “The intervention group also had better scores for symptoms including fatigue, dyspnea, sleep difficulties, and loss of appetite compared to the control group. Although there are deteriorations for sexual enjoyment, the intervention group exhibited improvement in breast functioning and symptom scores for body image, sexual function, future perspective, breast symptoms, and systemic therapy side effects.”

In non-human studies, coconut oil has been shown to have a wide range of beneficial effects. A study into the antimicrobial properties of coconut oil showed its ability to inhibit the growth of Clostridium difficile bacteria, the leading cause of hospital acquired diarrhea worldwide.

Studies in rats have shown coconut oils ability to prevent blood pressure elevation and to to prevent bone loss in an osteoporosis model.

Other studies demonstrated coconut oil to have anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antipyretic effects in rats as well as an antinociceptive effect (possibly useful for pain relief.)

It has been shown to have an anti-toxic effect in the livers of rats given an anti-folate combination.  Studies into its effect as an antioxidant and anti-stress agent found mice treated with coconut oil to have higher levels of brain antioxidants, giving credence to its potential benefits for the health of the brain.  Compounds called polyphenolics extracted from coconut oil were effective at inhibiting an induced arthritis in rats via the compounds anti-inflammatory and antioxidant actions.

In Summary

The evidence suggests strongly that coconut oil has many potential health benefits. Exploring these benefits is an interesting study for anyone with an eye on their health and diet.

After conducting a complete Coconut Oil Secret review and examining some of the claims from the book, it seems apparent that many of the ideas presented by Jake Carney and The Alternative Daily are definitely worth considering and backed by scientific evidence.  Science is ever changing and more exciting research still lies ahead to help assess the beneficial uses and positive effects of coconut oil.

All in all, the Coconut Oil Secret is a good repository of information for anyone interested in the many facets of coconut oil as well as a great springboard for anyone looking to delve a bit deeper into the possibilities of incorporating this all natural oil into their diet.

There is more than enough scientific evidence to explain why coconut oil is often referred to as “Nature’s Miracle Cure”, and at just $10, the Coconut Oil Secret is one of the best sources available on how to take full advantage of its many health benefits.

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