How Do You Take Your Coconut Oil?

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An integral part of the Eat Fat Lose Fat eating plan is taking coconut oil prior to every meal, even for the healthy recovery and everyday gourmet (maintenance) plans. For many people, this can get old really fast. Or sometimes people have a problem getting started taking it at all. When you’re not used to the taste of coconut oil sometimes it can be hard to get used to. That leads me to the question…

How Do You Take your Coconut Oil?

Here are the tips that we’ve come up with so far… see below for the coolest method that actually has a recipe.

  • melted in tea or coffee (be careful because the oil will be less hot than the liquid beneath it!)
  • in chunks off of a spoon
  • in a morning smoothie
  • softened and mixed with a bit of kefir or yogurt
  • How do YOU take your coconut oil before meals? Please let us know in the comments…

A Yummy Way to take Coconut Oil

EFLF readers Mary and “homespungirl” reminded us that we can take our coconut oil as “candies”… mixed with cocoa and a sweetener, to make it more palatable or even just when you’re sick of taking your oil in other ways. Because of her suggestion, I decided to alter the coconut candies recipe in the Eat Fat Lose Fat book. I made the recipe with a lot less sweetener, with the goal of having the oil sweet and tasty enough to want to eat it but not quite as sweet and caloric as candy. It worked… these are yummy and easy to eat. I also find that the combination of cocoa, sweetener, coconut oil and sea salt curbs my hunger a lot more than just the plain oil does. In my case, I like to take it before dinner because its the hardest meal for me not to overeat at.

Tips for making Coconut Oil Candies

  • Make a batch at the beginning of the week and before 1 of your meals every day, take the candy. For the other two meals, take coconut oil in other ways.
  • These are yummy but they’re hard to overeat since they are only lightly sweetened and mostly coconut oil, so are extremely satisfying.
  • Cover these candies with dessicated coconut or even crushed almonds to make them fancier “truffles”.

Coconut Oil “Candies”

Yield:

Makes about 18 candies

Ingredients:

1 cup softened cold pressed virgin coconut oil 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1-2 Tablespoons raw honeygrade B maple syrup –OR– a pinch of stevia 1/2 teaspoon celtic sea salt 2-4 Tablespoons organic unsweetened cocoa powder 2 T almond butter or other nut butter (optional) optional – unsweetened dessicated coconut (for rolling or sprinkling)

Preparation:

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl or food processor until mixture is smooth. Drop by the tablespoon onto waxed or parchment paper, or into the dessicated coconut. Refrigerate until the candies are solid, then store in a covered container in the fridge.

 
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1 Alan January 18, 2011 at 8:06 am

I just drink it straight from the bottle. At the moment we are having 40c days and my coconut oil is very liquid. I like the candies idea tho.

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2 Jackie @ Crest Cottage January 18, 2011 at 1:21 pm

That sounds great! What a perfect solution… It addresses your sweet tooth and your body’s needs in one delicious “treat”! I am going to have to try that.

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3 Shyla January 18, 2011 at 1:57 pm

Thanks for this – I am getting a bit tired of drinking it in tea or coffee or water before every meal. I love all of the other suggestions as well.

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4 Liz January 18, 2011 at 5:05 pm

I dutifully drank it melted in hot water for almost a month…and I might have overdone it. I stopped taking it before meals and I’m to the point now where I can barely cook with it because the smell makes me nauseous. I’ll make some of those candies though, and hopefully they’ll help.

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5 Kim January 19, 2011 at 12:17 am

I can see how that would get tiring… have you tried cooking with it as well? It’s important to just get it in the diet somehow. I’m going to be doing some of the dinner recipes in the next couple weeks so will post those… I want to try the curry!

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6 Mary January 18, 2011 at 7:32 pm

Yum, I am going to make some now, well after my nap. Is it necessary to use the full suggested dose of coconut oil for each meal? If less gives a sustained sense of satiation, would that be OK?

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7 Kim January 19, 2011 at 12:15 am

It’s better to work up to the suggested dose of coconut oil and take it prior to each meal. However if a half a dose (in the candy) satiates you then I think taking the rest of the CO in your meal would be fine. I think it’s just important to get the coconut oil into our diets at some point, whether cooking with it or prior to the meal, since that is what will help with weight loss.

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8 Katie January 18, 2011 at 11:03 pm

I prefer it in tea with a little honey, though I have to stir it before taking a drink, otherwise I just get a mouthful of oil :) My husband just takes it off the spoon, but he has to gag it down. I also just mix it with some warm water and drink it quickly that way.

I made the coconut candies last week, my husband and children all loved them!

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9 Vicky January 19, 2011 at 9:26 am

My nutritionist recommend me to use a table spoon of COil with two bananas for breakfast, to give me more energy throughout the day. I add some brown sugar and cinnamon to it too. I just puree it all together and eat.

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10 Shyla January 20, 2011 at 9:52 pm

I made these yummies – delicious!

Wonderful suggestion, Vicky!

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11 Jennifer June 11, 2011 at 1:52 pm

This sounds like something I can try! I am going to do it right now. the taste of any oil makes me gag…

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12 Heather April 12, 2013 at 6:16 am

I wish I could give this 5 thumbs up! Going to go make me a “banana cereal breakfast” now! I just went raw vegan in over 75% of my eating and I needed ideas. Love bananas, cinnamon, and of course coconut oil!

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13 catherine January 19, 2011 at 3:20 pm

i put mine in my tea several times a day .. almost wont drink tea without it now.. but yes i have burned myself a few times so be careful with hot beverages :)

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14 JC January 19, 2011 at 3:29 pm

I take a spoonful in the shower and swallow, and then I take another spoonful and oil pull with it – I haven’t been sick all winter, and normally I am very sickly. I notice that if I miss even one day, I start to get a sore throat. Also, I think my tonsils have shrunk a little.
But I found when I took it all the time that I was really, really thirsty all the time. Does anyone else get that?

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15 Melissa January 19, 2011 at 3:34 pm

I fry my egg in coconut oil every morning being sure to use enough oil to pour off onto my homemade home-ground grain bread toasted with some raw milk butter. Yum. :D

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16 Liz, Holistic Health Counselor January 19, 2011 at 3:40 pm

Thanks so much for sharing, Kim! I just linked this to all my Holistic Health Counseling followers… this is a wonderful idea for those with thyroid and hormonal diseases! <3

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17 Gini January 19, 2011 at 3:56 pm

I eat it in a big blob, right off the spoon. lol And it’s almost all I cook with anymore, plus adding it to soups, foods, etc.

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18 Peggy January 19, 2011 at 4:09 pm

I actually prefer a salty flavor with coconut oil, so I mix it with melted butter. Then I pop them in a candy mold (I saved my kids’ advent calendars!) and refrigerate them until solid. I love, love, love the taste of butter, so this makes my coconut oil requirement easy to take!

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19 Melinda January 19, 2011 at 4:32 pm

I cook my homegrown eggs in lots of coconut oil and a tad of butter grass fed ofcourse. My chickens are well fed also. This helps to remove the toxic fat from our bodies, yeh!

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20 Michelle January 19, 2011 at 4:53 pm

I take mine in a swig of warm pineapple juice.

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21 Merina January 19, 2011 at 5:02 pm

I always loved pineapple coconut juice when I was growing up. I bet that is really tasty!

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22 Jennifer June 11, 2011 at 1:53 pm

another great idea I want to try!

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23 Merina January 19, 2011 at 5:01 pm

I frequently just take it straight off a spoon, or spread it on sprouted toast with a touch of sea salt.
I was wondering if anyone else experiences a scratchy throat after taking CO? I get it each time (although I didn’t at first) and it only lasts a minute or so. I am wondering if I have developed an allergy?

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24 maria January 20, 2011 at 6:12 am

It may be, scratchy throat is one of the first things I notice if accidentally eating a nut i’m allergic too. It could be you have an allergy to coconuts that have been triggered by increased intake of coconut? Just me speculating though! Do consult your doctor if it persists or gets worse. I have heard that the flavorless coconut oil may be a better option in this case, but it still need to be of good quality and not processed. Hopefully Kim will have some recommendations for you.

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25 Llmvk September 25, 2011 at 6:31 am

Now that you mention it, I have noticed that phenomenon, too, occasionally, and usually after taking it alone from a spoon or if it’s too prominant in something I’ve put it with…..and wondered about it a little bit myself.

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26 Jessica February 14, 2013 at 6:50 pm

I get that too; and have had choking and caughing with coconut flakes. Never with coconut water or milk. Probsbly a mild allergy. I don’t think it could Kill me but I prefer to avoid it.

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27 Susie B. January 19, 2011 at 5:21 pm

We take our with Hot Chocolate! :o) Not exactly on the EFLF plan but it sure is tasty and CO goes down easily without ill effects afterwards. I have a lot of trouble with nausea from more than 1 tsp. Koombucha helps as does Apple Cider Vinegar, just as suggested.

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28 Rachel January 19, 2011 at 7:14 pm

I’m new to coconut oil. I add it to the raw goat’s milk formula for my baby, and I’d like to start taking it daily or use it in cooking. I was told to always keep it in the refrig. so it won’t spoil. It’s like a wax consistancy, and when I measure it out for the formula, I just scrape off 4 teaspoons full and heat it in the water & gelatin to add to the formula. Am I ok doing this, or is there a better way? I see a lot of people saying to stir it to get the oil mixed, but I can’t leave the whole jar out at room temp. Any suggestions would be helpful.

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29 Shelley January 19, 2011 at 9:53 pm

You don’t need to keep it in the fridge. It’ll keep forever (almost) at room temperature.

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30 Bill DeWitt January 19, 2011 at 3:32 pm

I’ve been using “Coconut Butter” lately (shredded coconut ground into a nut butter consistency), although I do wonder how the amounts compare to straight Coconut Oil. I use a rounded tablespoon instead of one tablespoon of oil, but I have no idea if that’s comparable.

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31 Sandy P January 20, 2011 at 12:05 am

Can you substitute with coconut butter instead of the oil?

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32 connie January 20, 2011 at 3:22 pm

I read a recipe for lemon coconut oil candy, and made that once, it was quite delicious – especially since I love lemon so much.

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33 Pavil, The Uber Noob January 21, 2011 at 4:42 pm

Share it :)

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34 Jenn Crowell January 20, 2011 at 6:19 pm

Thanks so much for these tips! I’ve absolutely detested the taste of coconut oil when using it to saute veggies, so maybe I’ll give these a try.

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35 Cat January 26, 2011 at 6:53 am

if you don’t like the taste of pure COil in your food, then try Mary’s Oil Blend recipe…1/3 equal parts of COil, Untoasted sesame oil and EVOO..it’s what i cook everything in and don’t have to taste coconut in all my meals. :)

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36 Jane May 18, 2011 at 12:34 pm

Hi Jenn – I also dislike the taste of coconut in everything, so I use Jarrow’s Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil (iherb have it for a great price). It is flavourless and odourless and is just brilliant as you can’t taste the coconut at all. According to Bruce Fife, expeller pressed oil still gives you the same nutrients, even though it’s more processed than the virgin CO. Hope this helps!

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37 Pavil, The Uber Noob January 21, 2011 at 4:40 pm

I make a batch of smoothies for 4 servings in the morning.
I can of warmed up coconut milk, plus 1/4 cup warmed up VCO.
Blend it.
add pinch of stevia.
Fruit (today for example): apple, fresh juice from 1 orange, pear, pineapple spear.
Blend it.
Add ice and blend.
Pour. Usually into 2 glasses and a quart jar for the fridge.
That makes 4 meals for 2 people.
Usually consumed around 6-7 am and at mid afternoon snack around 2-3 pm.
I heat the VCO in a small bowl over steeping tea. The milk is heated while still in the can immersed in a bowl of hot tap water.

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38 Pavil, The Uber Noob January 23, 2011 at 12:11 am

OK, So far the best way for my wife and I for taking the pre-meal shot of VCO is Alan’s method – down the hatch! I down 2 tablespoons and my wife 1.
I keep a small bowl of VCO in liquid form pretty much all the time. Its easy to keep liquid form by using the bowl to cover a pot or cup of steeping tea.

Ciao,
Pavil

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39 Tonya Y January 23, 2011 at 2:06 am

I just eat it off the spoon…easier and faster for me. It also makes a great lip balm during these winter months!

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40 Julie January 24, 2011 at 4:27 pm

Hello. I am enjoying your journey–I hope I can join in soon. I just made the candies–something interesting about the way they turned out. Sort of like fluffy little meringues. Maybe it is the result of having blended the mixture in the Cuisinart. They are chilling right now and I will see what they look like then. No problems with the taste though!

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41 Nourishing Nancy January 24, 2011 at 5:40 pm

These look amazing, Kim!! Will definitely try them soon. We have a few more weeks on the GAPS diet and then I can bring in cocoa again!! Can not wait!

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42 Cheryl January 27, 2011 at 3:08 am

I usually mix 2 T in with a sweetened herbal tea – apple cinnamon or ginger peppermint I like the best. I always stir it while drinking it to keep the mixture combined. I love how the CO keeps my tea hot longer! (things cool down VERY quickly here at 6000 ft)

If I get tired of it in tea, I’ll mix up a couple Tbsp softened CO with 1 T softened butter, some honey or stevia, a bit of cocoa or carob powder, maybe a touch of nut butter and some shredded coconut – VERY yummy to eat – and very filling!

I LOVE cooking with it – love the way it gives an extra flavor to foods without tasting “coconut-y”. I always get my CO from Green Pasture.

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43 Sylvia Reagan January 27, 2011 at 7:32 pm

I replaced the butter in our house with coconut oil, it works the same, and tastes wonderful, so now everyone gets to join in on the benefits of this natural wonder food!

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44 Nancy January 28, 2011 at 9:19 pm

A mixture of coconut oil and nutritional yeast tastes really satisfying to me and I get a body and brain energy boost, besides. After a time of eating lots of fermented foods, I’ve lost much of the desire for sweetened foods.

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45 Dr. Michael Haley February 8, 2011 at 2:48 pm

I posted a video that shows how we make our favorite mostly all coconut treats. They are healthy and delicious: http://drhaley.com/eat-fat-lose-fat/

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46 Kiwi February 13, 2011 at 5:25 pm

Hi,
First I wanted to say thank you for starting this wonderful blog :)

I’m starting to eat the “Everyday Gourmet” method, and am curious am I supposed to still eat my recommended doses of pre-meal coconut oil (as in the Easy Weight Loss method)?

From my reading of the book I assume I should take my doses of coconut oil indefinitely even during maintenance, no matter what method I’m using, but I just wanted to make sure :)

Any suggestions would help!

(I might also post this on the forum- this is my first time visiting your blog, so I’m still exploring everything :D)

Merci!
Kiwi

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47 Cat February 22, 2011 at 12:51 am

i love it blobbed on my buttered toast with the jam, dunked in coffee…or melted in coffee. I’ve been making crepes with coco flour and the recipe calls for coco oil too…anywhere to squeeze it in.

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48 MarieGray March 13, 2011 at 6:03 pm

Hi Kim. I’ve joined your forum, but it seems like a ghost town!?

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49 Kim March 14, 2011 at 6:21 pm

Hi! I just responded to one of your posts. Yes it seems that participation did drop off but I hope to change that soon. This blog is pretty ‘young’ in age so we are just getting started really and as time goes on you will see posts increase as well as the number of people following along. I’m so glad you joined us!

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50 Jyll March 23, 2011 at 3:54 pm

I LOVE very dark, bitter chocolate so I simply mix my coconut oil with cocoa powder and refrigerate. Such a treat!

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51 Anita Hagstrom April 8, 2011 at 9:52 pm

Just made the coconut oil “candy”….Wow! It was simply fantastic! My daughter & I both absolutely loved them. Will definitely be incorporating them once daily. In that she works retail, it can be difficult to sit down to tea 20 minutes before a meal. This way, she can just stop by the break room and grab one just a bit before her meal break.

Thanks so much!

Any other suggestions for making this diet plan more “family friendly” (ordinary foods like burgers, chicken, etc) would be appreciated!

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52 doris May 10, 2011 at 1:51 am

hello
I was wondering can I take a spoon full and soften it in the microwave since I can not messure it when it hardened afraid Of taking too much and how long before each meal do I take it? Is it right before each meal like 5 minutes before or like half an hour to an hour before and if I take it not softened how do I messure it , exactly one table spoon or less? just dont want to take too much afraid of gaining more weight since it does have calories and I did not get full after taking it 5 minutes before each meal and I did eat the whole meal. is that normal or is it supposed to fill me up , cause it sure didn’t?
Thank u

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53 Suzanne October 10, 2011 at 8:48 am

Before using the microwave again, read this: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/05/18/microwave-hazards.aspx

I just take a T of hard cocoil on my tongue and suck it like a hard candy for a minute or two. No need to nuke it.

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54 Meagan May 21, 2011 at 12:08 am

I know the benefits of fat and coconut oil. But what is the scientific rationale for eating it before each meal? Promote satiety? I don’t think traditional people would have such access to fats like this? I’ve heard about coconut oil used in this way but have never really heard a reason :)

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55 Suzanne October 10, 2011 at 8:52 am

Exactly — it promotes satiety and decreases cravings.

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56 Tressa @ Hecka-Good Recipes May 31, 2011 at 1:12 am

I mix Coconut Oil, Raw Cacao powder and a little stevia and then measure it out into a mini muffin tin. Sprinkle dried coconut on top.I refrigerate them and once hard remove them and store them in baggies in the fridge. I just pop one before I start preparing my breakfast. :)

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57 Tamara (AK) June 1, 2011 at 6:11 am

I make “hot cocoa”: warm milk (raw if you can get it), carob powder, coconut oil and a bit of honey. Never measured, all to taste. So delicious!

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58 Jane June 12, 2011 at 3:28 am

OMG I just tried these and WOW!!! They are so yum – I’ll have to go carefully so I don’t eat too many! What a great way to take coconut oil! Melting it and taking it by the teaspoon is sort of do-able, but certainly not enjoyable. But these are just wonderful.
Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.
Now I need to work out how much oil is in each candy!
Jane

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59 candice July 21, 2011 at 12:27 am

a question – maybe it’s already been answered – if i measure out 1 Tablespoon of hard (the consistency it gets at room temp) coconut oil, is that equal to 1 Tablespoon of it when melted/liquid?
probably an obvious question, but i don’t know – i guess i could melt it and compare. anyone know?

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60 Ruth September 12, 2011 at 2:24 am

I sweeten mine with liquid stevia — here’s where I found the recipe:
http://miracleskinnydrops.com/2010/10/chocolate-delight-friday/
~Ruth

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61 katy Waldrop November 8, 2011 at 8:41 pm

A super tasty way to get your oil is in oatmeal- especially the soaked overnight kind, but any oatmeal will do. My mom tried this first and called me so excited because her oatmeal (that she usually put some olive oil in) tasted like a Mounds candy bar! ;) Otherwise, I just like it straight.

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62 Julie K December 12, 2011 at 6:50 pm

I keep the chocolates in the fridge or freezer and transport them to functions with ice packs. Foks are amazed at how candy/chocolate can be so healthy and yummy!

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63 Michelle January 3, 2012 at 7:15 pm

Hi. I am just starting out on this adventure. I turned my copy of the book into the library but forgot to copy some recipes. Would you please tell me the recipe for making the daily milk from canned coconut milk and water? Thank you so much.

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64 Kim January 4, 2012 at 8:14 am

Sure! It’s actually on the blog, just go to this link for the coconut milk tonic.

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65 CindyKay Clark January 17, 2012 at 5:36 am

Hi, I just wanted to write to say how excited I am in finding EFLF. I am 50 years old and have been struggling to lose weight for some time. I cannot get over this concept and am going to do it just to prove to others and myself that it can be done. I have been reading different reviews and testimonies and am inspired by them to do this.
Thank you for being there as I will refer often to keep motivated.

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66 susan March 28, 2012 at 3:46 pm

you can buy silicone tray for candy making @ hobby lobby for under $10.
I roast some pecans then cool them. In a saucepan melt about 1 1/4 cup of coconut oil mix in Hershey’s coco and enough of you favorite sweetner to taste, dash seasalt. after you remove from heat 1/2 tsp vanilla.
Spray (no stick) on your tray. Put 1 tablespoon coconutoil & coco mixture in each form. Sprinkle in toasted coconut or chopped roased nuts, lightly, then add another tablespoon coconut coco mixture.
Chill until firm remove to ziplock bag store in frig or freezer.
You will have no problem with 2 tbsp of oil before meals or use for sudden hunger attacks!

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67 Gina Marie July 3, 2012 at 4:20 pm

Hi,

I really like the recipes in Loose the Wheat, Loose the Weight book by William Davis and he has tons of recipes with coconut oil. I just read that it helps dementia/alz. so I’m going to try to get my dad to take it as he’s had some memory issues.

Here are the recipe links:
http://www.recipebridge.com/g/221/4382213042/wheat-belly-flaxseed-wrap (I use this flaxseed wrap in place of bread and I can’t BELIEVE how good it is)

This breakfast cereal is great. I add a bit of honeytoo:

http://www.recipebridge.com/g/221/231250/wheat-belly-hot-coconut-flaxseed-cereal

Enjoy!

Gina Marie
NJ

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68 Wesley October 3, 2012 at 11:48 am

Try replacing sugar or other sweeteners with xylotol. Xylotol is good for teeth. There are some studies that say it reduces and MAYBE even reverses tooth decay. Dont take my word on that. Look it up for yourself.

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69 Marie February 6, 2013 at 5:53 am

I would encourage you to read “The Healthy Home Economist” post about xylitol : http://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/xylitol-not-as-sweet-as-its-cracked-up-to-be/#more-10832

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70 Kristin S December 30, 2012 at 12:57 pm

Wow! These are amazing!!! I made them with lots of cocoa powder and some cashew-pecan butter I made yesterday. What a great way to get my coconut oil in :)

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71 David February 13, 2013 at 4:42 pm

eat it on whole wheat or other type crackers or Snackwell’s cookies :)

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72 John Roberts March 17, 2013 at 8:11 pm

Great article. My mother has memory problems associated with dementia, and we can tell when she stops taking her oil. I’ve tasted the stuff myself and can’t blame her for not taking it! But she goes into a fog very quickly when she stops. Maybe these candy recipes will help.

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73 Lesley April 2, 2013 at 11:49 am

Everytime I add melted coconut oil to my morning smoothie it makes me quite nauseous shortly after taking it. I noticed that if I add it to the smoothie in solid form I don’t have this reaction. Strange but true. Also, I took a spoonful by mouth in which it melted before I was able to sallow it and it gave me the same nauseated feeling.

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74 Kelly June 19, 2013 at 1:05 pm

Has anyone done this for weight loss?

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75 Nancye July 4, 2013 at 8:01 pm

I have my coconut oil in my morning Oats, about a dessert spoon with a big handful of mixed berries, sprinkled with some breakfast booster…no milk because with the coconut oil makes it really creamy, it has a sticky rice taste, it’s really delightful…try it if you haven’t already…just wondering how much coconut oil one should take in a day…can you please advise!

Thanks very much …
Nancye…

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76 Kim July 6, 2013 at 11:39 pm

Hi! I usually have a couple tablespoons a day, included both in cooking and beverages. Your breakfast sounds yummy!

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77 less50# July 21, 2013 at 9:56 am

This recipe looks excellent. I love using cocoa, and have a problem swallowing coconut oil while at the same time would like to lose another 20#. Maybe this will help.

Nice website, thanks for making it public.

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78 Kimi high August 4, 2013 at 9:56 am

Blend 1 tbsp of coconut oil with 1 tbsp coconut sugar with 10 oz organic coffee for a creamy coconut latte. Or with Yerba mate.

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79 julie August 5, 2013 at 1:51 pm

I put my coconut oil in my chocolate, low carb version, protein shakes…I drink three shakes per day and add 1 tablespoon to each shake.

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80 Sandy M. December 20, 2013 at 5:04 pm

I love the taste of my coconut oil so I have no problem taking a spoonful before a meal.

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