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Ali, Dieting, and Facebook: DID YOU KNOW? TWO TABLESPOONS OF COCONUT OIL PER DAY IG/FB HOLISTIC ALI Several studies show that just by adding coconut oil to your diet, you can lose fat, especially the "dangerous" fat in the abdominal cavity. Coconut oil is high in Medium Chain Triglycerides, which are fatty acids that are metabolized differently than most otheir fats, leading to beneficial effects on metabolisnm SOURCE: AUTHORITY NUTRITION Follow ➑️ @holisticali In a study in obese men, 30 grams or TWO TABLESPOONS of coconut oil for 4 weeks reduced waist circumference by 2.86 cm, or 1.1 inches (14). There are also other studies showing that medium chain fats lead to weight loss, reduced waist circumference and various improvements in metabolic health (15, 16). The weight loss effects of coconut oil appear to be fairly mild, except for the abdominal fat. Abdominal fat, also called visceral fat or belly fat, is the fat that tends to lodge around your organs and cause inflammation, diabetes and heart disease. Any reduction in abdominal fat is likely to have very positive effects on your metabolic health, longevity and drastically reduce your risk of chronic disease. These results are far from being dramatic, but consider that all these people are doing is adding coconut oil to their diet. Combined with other proven weight loss strategies (like cutting carbs and increasing protein), all of this can add up to a significant amount. SOURCE: https:-authoritynutrition.com-coconut-oil-and-weight-loss- HolisticAli CoconutOil BellyFat Coconut IG πŸ‘‰πŸ½ @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT πŸ‘‰πŸ½ @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO
Ali, Dieting, and Facebook: DID YOU KNOW?
 TWO TABLESPOONS OF COCONUT OIL PER DAY
 IG/FB
 HOLISTIC
 ALI
 Several studies show that just by adding coconut oil to your diet,
 you can lose fat, especially the "dangerous" fat in the abdominal
 cavity. Coconut oil is high in Medium Chain Triglycerides, which
 are fatty acids that are metabolized differently than most otheir
 fats, leading to beneficial effects on metabolisnm
 SOURCE: AUTHORITY NUTRITION
Follow ➑️ @holisticali In a study in obese men, 30 grams or TWO TABLESPOONS of coconut oil for 4 weeks reduced waist circumference by 2.86 cm, or 1.1 inches (14). There are also other studies showing that medium chain fats lead to weight loss, reduced waist circumference and various improvements in metabolic health (15, 16). The weight loss effects of coconut oil appear to be fairly mild, except for the abdominal fat. Abdominal fat, also called visceral fat or belly fat, is the fat that tends to lodge around your organs and cause inflammation, diabetes and heart disease. Any reduction in abdominal fat is likely to have very positive effects on your metabolic health, longevity and drastically reduce your risk of chronic disease. These results are far from being dramatic, but consider that all these people are doing is adding coconut oil to their diet. Combined with other proven weight loss strategies (like cutting carbs and increasing protein), all of this can add up to a significant amount. SOURCE: https:-authoritynutrition.com-coconut-oil-and-weight-loss- HolisticAli CoconutOil BellyFat Coconut IG πŸ‘‰πŸ½ @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT πŸ‘‰πŸ½ @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO

Follow ➑️ @holisticali In a study in obese men, 30 grams or TWO TABLESPOONS of coconut oil for 4 weeks reduced waist circumference by 2.86 c...

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I feel a like a lot of people think I'm always this happy and funny guy all the time. Truthfully, I'm actually not. There's broken parts in ...