Pure Coconut Oil
Coconut oil has a saturated fat content of 90 percent. Oils high in saturated fats have been found to increase the risk of cardiovascular and other diseases.
Increasing "good" cholesterol: A component in coconut oil has been found to give "good" HDL cholesterol "a nudge."
Controlling blood sugar: It appears to preserve insulin action and insulin resistance in mice.
Reducing stress: It has antistress and antioxidant properties, which could make it useful as an antidepressant, according to research in rodents.
Shiny hair: It makes hair shinier, because it penetrates better than mineral oils.
Healthy skin: It has been found to enhance protective barrier functions and have an anti-inflammatory effect on skin in humans.