Seattle, WA (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
Coconut oil is being marketed by some stores as weight loss oil, but Diet Doc reminds consumers that unrefined oil will actually cause weight gain. The key to losing weight with coconut oil is to refine it, eliminating the fat and calories that are ubiquitous in regular oil, the resulting product being void of these diet killers. In order to produce fast weight loss, the oil is reduced to practically nothing but MCT (medium chain triglycerides), the ingredient in coconut oil that actually produces results. This concentrated MCT oil is flavorless, so it can be added to many foods, like vinaigrettes, or used as cooking oil without changing the taste of the food being eaten. Diet Doc informs users of traditional or over-the-counter coconut oil for fast weight loss, revealing that much of what is available may be mismarked as a diet aid, when it may actually contribute to weight gain. Diet Doc's President Julie Wright reminds clients that "Much of the oil being advertised as a fast weight loss aid is mislabeled and actually hinders results due to an extremely high fat content. Diet Doc's MCT oil is refined for maximum purity to provide real results." Coconut oil that is marketed for dieting that has not undergone MCT refinement will not facilitate any results; in fact, coconut oil is extremely fatty and will cause rapid weight gain if not refined into MCT oil.
Diet Doc has specifically formulated their proprietary MCT oil to contain the maximum amount of medium chain triglycerides, the main component in coconut oil. In removing the palmitic acid and other negative elements present in the oil, the extraction separates the medium-chain fatty acids. The end product is concentrated in 8-carbon length caprylic acid and 10-carbon length capric acid in a blended ratio of approximately 2 to 1. Glycerin removed in the initial extraction is returned and used to esterify the MCTs. The resulting oil is referred to as a "fatless fat" by scientists. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition released studies suggesting that small changes in the quality of fat intake can be useful to enhance results. This means ingesting high quality fats like Diet Doc's MCT oil lieu of high fat unrefined oil. Studies have shown that consumption of medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) leads to greater energy expenditure than that of long-chain triglycerides. MCT consumption may be useful for weight management and MCT can be successfully included in a diet. Diet Doc recommends high quality MCT oil to anyone interested in losing weight without compromising health and nutrition.
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