This food may prevent most heart attacks

Coconut oil production.

It prevents plaque from building up in the arteries, which helps improve blood flow (even “down there”)

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This food may prevent most heart attacks

Coronary artery disease — what is it?

Basically, coronary artery disease is when plaque builds up in the arteries, reducing blood flow to the heart.

Coronary artery disease can cause angina, heart attack, and even sudden cardiac death.

But research shows us that HDL cholesterol has a protective effect on coronary artery disease.

So people with higher levels of HDL cholesterol have a lower risk of developing coronary artery disease. HDL also seems to slow its progression.

Researchers looked into the effect of coconut oil on HDL cholesterol in people with coronary artery disease.

Just a little coconut oil could boost healthy HDL. 

Coconut oil also helped the participants lose fat!

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This human trial took place at the School of Medicine, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. Nutricion Hospitalaria published the results.

Many doctors STILL recommend avoiding saturated fats such as coconut oil to protect cardiovascular health.

“Saturated fat restriction has been recommended for coronary arterial disease.”

But the role of different types of fats in heart disease remains controversial.

“The role of coconut oil in the management of lipid profiles remains unclear.”

Cholesterol and different types of fats in the blood can give information about a person’s risk of cardiovascular disease.

This study was designed to look into the effect of coconut oil on these blood tests.

“Our objective was to evaluate the effect of nutritional treatment associated with the consumption of extra virgin coconut oil in anthropometric parameters and lipid profile.”

The study recruited men and women with coronary artery disease.

“We conducted a longitudinal study of 116 adults of both sexes presenting with coronary artery disease.”

The participants were in their 50s and 60s. Many of them had other cardiovascular complaints.

“The mean age of the population was 63 years – 77.6% infarcted, 52.6% with angina, and hypertension and dyslipidemia 100%.”

For the first three months of the study, all of the participants were put on the same diet.

Then the researchers split the participants into two groups. They supplemented one of the groups with virgin coconut oil.

“In the second stage (3-6 months), the subjects were divided into two groups: diet group associated with extra virgin coconut oil consumption and diet group.”

The researchers took blood samples and body measurements monthly to see if virgin coconut oil had any effect on these parameters.

Extra-virgin coconut oil increased the type of HDL cholesterol found to lower the risks of coronary artery disease.

“Extra virgin coconut oil consumption increased HDL-C levels in patients with coronary artery disease.”

By boosting HDL-C levels, extra virgin coconut oil could protect against coronary artery disease.

The study used a relatively small amount of coconut oil, only 13 g per day – about a spoonful.

The researchers found other benefits from coconut oil.

Coconut oil decreased body weight and waist circumference

Lowering both of these measurements almost always means a decrease in body fat.

“Extra virgin coconut oil supplementation maintained the reduction of body mass and waist circumference.”

Waist circumference is another major risk factor for coronary artery disease.

“Extra virgin coconut oil seems to favor the reduction of waist circumference while increasing HDL-C, aiding with secondary prevention for coronary artery disease patients.”

So it seems that a little saturated fat may be good for some people with cardiovascular problems.

Even though the researchers don’t know WHY extra virgin coconut oil improved blood tests in these patients.

Virgin coconut oil provides some nutrients that are not found in other types of coconut oil.

And maybe these nutrients are the source of some of the health benefits.

Previous animal studies showed similar improvements from virgin coconut oil. 

Those scientists suggested that standard coconut oil may not be as effective as virgin coconut oil.

“Authors credited the results to the action of polyphenols and vitamin E, present in the virgin coconut oil.”

Note: The USDA does not recognize any difference between “extra virgin” and “virgin” coconut oil – “extra” being a marketing term that stems from difference between virgin and extra virgin olive oil. 

With coconut oil, the real difference is between virgin (unrefined) and standard (refined).

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about diagnosing and treating any health-related problems.

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These 5 “flow” foods prevent plaque buildup in the arteries

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To prevent heart attack, coronary artery disease, and high blood pressure — men need to have good blood flow.

Good blood flow is essential to keeping the heart healthy — and the rest of the body too!

Even a man’s performance in the bedroom hinges on good blood flow…

But when plaque builds up in the arteries, blood flow suffers…

And it puts the heart under a lot more pressure, increasing the risk of heart attack, heart disease, and other heart problems.

Luckily, there are 5 delicious “flow” foods that help maintain great blood flow everywhere in a man’s body

…even “down there…” 

And men can eat just one of these 5 foods or all of these 5 foods, and start preventing plaque build-up naturally at home.


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.