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Coconut Oil Organic - 400 ml

Organic Coconut Oil

Manufacturer: Vitalvibe

Quantity: 400 ml

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„At our home, it is used not only in the kitchen. Thanks to its properties and especially the scent, it is suitable as an ointment for the face and body, for hair wraps or in summer it will serve as a cream after sunbathing.“

Ing. Jan (Petr) Noah, business owner, CEO and raw food enthusiast

Main product features

  • cold pressed
  • organic quality
  • source of beneficial MCT fats
  • easily digestible
  • use in the kitchen and for cosmetic purposes

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Coconut has a wide range of health benefits due to its fiber and nutritious content, and its oil makes it a remarkable source of nutrients and medicine. It is definitely the healthiest oil in the world despite the fact that it is high in saturated fat.

Coconut oil is a very popular food made from the "meat" of the coconut. The coconut has long been the primary source of nutrients in the tropics. Its various industrial and cosmetic applications have made it a viable commodity.

It is heat stable and is therefore very suitable for cooking. It oxidises very slowly, resists rancidity and has a shelf life of approximately two years - virgin coconut oil created by the wet milling process has an 'eternal' shelf life.

It has an antibacterial effect and is excellent for massage and skin care, e.g. in the bath, after sunbathing, as a tooth oil or lubricant.

Coconut oil is obtained by gentle processing of coconuts. It resists the effects of heat and oxidation and remains stable even at high temperatures. It is therefore a great healthy substitute not only for cooking, but also for baking and frying. Coconut oil is easily digestible - the fatty acids in the oil are found in medium-long chains - MCTs - which stimulate metabolism. They promote the absorption of other substances - such as essential fatty acids, which are in short supply in the diet today. It is popular in Ayurvedic and vegetarian cuisine.

Nutritional values per 100g
Energy value3753 kJ/ 898 kcal
Fats99,8 g
of which saturated fat92,1 g
Carbohydrates0 mg
Protein0,2 g
Salt0 g



Data sheet

Weight including packaging900 g
Form:Liquid
Quantity400 ml
Country of Origin:Philippines
Raw:Yes
Vegan:Yes
USDA Organic:Yes
OrganicYes

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Milada 27. August 2017

Dobrý den, doufám že to ode mě nevezmete jako rýpání ale popisek který máte u tohoto produktu je velmi zavádějící. Kokosový olej neobsahuje vlákninu a rozhodně není jejím velkým zdrojem (vláknina se nachází hlavně v ovoci, v zelenině a pečivu) nevím o žádném způsobu, jak by se dostala do oleje. Nasycené mastné kyseliny rozhodně nejsou zdraví prospěšné a to ani ty v kokosovém oleji. Podporují kornatění tepen, vznik aterosklerózy, ischemické choroby srdeční a infarktu. Je dost troufalé takovou potravinu označit jako ,,nejzdravější olej na světě." V případě panenského oleje bych pochybovala i o stálosti při smažení.
S pozdravem,
Milada

Michaela Ptáčková odpověděl:

Krásný den, Milado,

děkujeme za Váš dotaz a za upozornění na chybnou informaci v textu na webu, v nejbližších dnech ji opravíme. Zároveň připravujeme článek o kokosovém oleji, který objasní nejasnosti, které kolem tohoto tématu panují, tak prosím sledujte náš magazín.

S pozdravem Michaela

Jana 24. July 2016

Dobrý den,
vím, že na trhu jsou jednak olej s chutí kokosu, ale i olej bez jakékoli chuti. Který z nich je ten, který nabízíte vy?

Michaela Ptáčková odpověděl:

Krásný den, Jani, náš olej příjemně voní po kokosu a chuť je také přirozeně jemně kokosová, není to však výrazné. Není ničím deodorizovaný, bělený apod.

Marie 14. April 2016

Dobrý den, chtěla bych se zeptat, jestli znamená, když je na etiketě napsáno: Extra panenský kokosový olej je lisován za studena z dužniny zralých kokosů, pěstovaných v ekologickém zemědělství. Znamená to, že je vyráběn metodou mokrého mletí? Děkuji za odpověď.

Michaela Ptáčková odpověděl:

Krásný den, Marie, ano, tato metoda se takto nazývá.

Lea 3. January 2016

Dobrý den, sháním kokosový olej, který je vyráběn metodou mokrého mletí (kvůli vysoké kvalitě). Můžete mi doporučit konkrétní produkty?

Michaela Ptáčková odpověděl:

Krásný den, Leo, náš kokosový olej je výráběn touto metodou, proto Vám doporučím tento ;).

Ludmila Zemanová 18. September 2015

Dobrý den, můžete mi poradit, zda je váš kokosový olej vhodný pro mladou velmi štíhlou ženu se sklony k vegetariánství po ledvinovém zánětu a herpesu? Lze ho užít v kuchyni, i např. jako krém na obličej, nebo masku na vlasy? A je dobrý i pro tříleté dítě k přípravě pokrmů, nebo spíš pro dospělé? Ráda bych ještě věděla rozdíl mezi rafinovaným a jiným tímto olejem...budu moc ráda za odpověď. L. Zemanová

Michaela Ptáčková odpověděl:

Krásný den, paní Zemanová, kokosový olej je vhodný pro každého bez rozdílu věku. Lze ho používat ve studené i teplé kuchyni (je vysoce termostabilní, nepřepaluje se), jako tělový olej, k ošetření konečků vlasů atd. Podporuje metabolismus a spalování tuků. Rafinovaný olej se vyrábí lisováním ze sušeného kokosového masa za nestandardizovaných hygienických podmínek, proto je třeba následně olej chemicky vyčistit (rafinovat), vybělit a většinou se dodává i umělé aroma, jelikož rafinací své přirozené vlastnosti ztrácí. Je tedy třeba dbát na kvalitu kokosového oleje.

Ondřej 27. July 2015

Dobrý den, je Vámi nabízený kokosový olej vhodný k přímé konzumaci?

Michaela Ptáčková odpověděl:

Krásný den, Ondřeji, ano, je vhodný k přímé konzumaci. Může se užívat nalačno nebo jako součást dezertů, smoothie, do kaší a díky vysokému bodu zakouření je vhodný i na tepelnou úpravu.

Ondřej 20. July 2015

Dobrý den, je kokosový olej za studena lisovaný?

Michaela Ptáčková odpověděl:

Krásný den, Ondřeji, ano, je za studena lisovaný a pochází z ekologické produkce.

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