Putting Laurin Pure CocoMCT into one’s diet would contribute overall wellbeing.
Laurin is no regular coconut oil. It is premium coconut oil in its purest form.
“Laurin Pure CocoMCT is not VCO (virgin coconut oil),” said Jun Lao from Chemrez, maker of Laurin. “Laurin has five times more caprylic-capric acid than VCO while retaining the all-important lauric acid.”
The most valuable portion of coconut oil is called CocoMCT, added Lao.
“MCT is medium chain triglyceride; it is composed of caprylic and capric acids,” he explained. “CocoMCT is made up of MCT plus lauric acid.”
MCT is said to be the essence of the coconut oil that gives users all the goodness and health benefits.
CocoMCT is extracted through a multistep distillation process that retains only the most beneficial part of coconut oil.
Laurin is flavor-free and crystal clear. It will not solidify when cold.
Those who wish to cook healthier meals should make the shift from regular oil to Laurin. It is an excellent all-purpose cooking oil.
Use Laurin to dress your salads; to sauté, pan and stir fry. Because the oil is flavor-free, you taste the food and not the oil. You can even use it for baking.
Laurin is an immune-system booster. It is good for the heart as it helps manage cholesterol levels.
It also aids the digestive system by eliminating toxins.
A tablespoon or two of Laurin gives a sudden surge of energy, strength and stamina, while keeping you mentally alert.
For those who wish to lose a pound or two, a tablespoon of Laurin before every meal curbs one’s appetite. It also raises one’s metabolism and does not get stored as body fat.
Supplementing the regimen with Laurin leads to the production of ketones—an alternative food for the brain that enhances cognitive performance. It is said to reverse the effects of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
It also aids in the absorption of vitamins and minerals by giving the digestive system a boost.
The oil can also be used to moisturize the skin. Not only does it moisturize, it likewise heals the skin.
Laurin works wonders as a body oil, hair conditioner, lip balm, massage oil and makeup remover.
It helps rid the skin of dryness and itchiness. It brings relief to those who suffer from eczema and psoriasis.
As first aid, Laurin helps heal bruises, cuts and abrasions quickly.
Too good to be true? Well, that was how I felt after reading the claims.
I contacted former Health Secretary Jaime Galvez Tan, a clinical practitioner of natural healing and integrative medicine for over 30 years.
“I confirm all the facts and all the positive effects on the skin as well as the whole body,” he said.
He added: “Lauric acid is a most magnificent, natural and healthy chemical found mostly in coconut products and breast milk. It is antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal. It is immune-enhancing and prevents major infections in the body.”
Galvez Tan prescribed a tablespoon three times a day. “Initially there may be soft to loose bowel movement,” he said. “The oil has to first cleanse the large intestines. Eventually regular bowel movement returns.”
Lao shares a Laurin-based recipe.
Home-made Coconut Mayonnaise
2 egg yolks
1 tablespoon mustard
1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
½ tbsp salt
½ tbsp pepper
120 milliliters Laurin Liquid Coconut oil
120 ml Premium Olive Oil
Put the eggs in a food processor or blender.
Pulse or blend slightly.
With the processor or blender running at low speed, start adding your oils slowly.
Add a teaspoon of oil at a time.
Once the oil has been absorbed, add another teaspoon.
Continue this process until you have used up all the oil. This will take a few minutes.
Continue blending until completely emulsified.
Add the mustard, lemon juice, salt and pepper, last, to taste.