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Dietitians raise concerns about cooking with coconut oil

SmartBrief for Nutritionists | Apr 30, 2015

Coconut oil has made a comeback and while chefs may love the flavor and texture, dietitians caution it has the highest amount of saturated fat of all of the oils. Registered dietitian nutritionist Karen Johnson said coconut oil does not have the heart-health benefits other oils offer, can raise both good and bad cholesterol levels and does not help with weight loss. Duluth News Tribune (Minn.) (04/28)


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