Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is known for its many uses in the food, cosmetic, and nutritional supplement industries. Coconut oil is extracted from the copra (meat) of fresh coconuts. Coconut oil is naturally high in medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) and lauric acid, providing a range of health benefits and versatile applications. Coconut oil can be used for baking and cooking, and applied topically to support skin and hair health.*

Bioriginal’s coconut oil is sourced from Certified Organic Coconuts. We work closely with coconut oil suppliers to establish and maintain strict quality control processes ensuring high levels of purity. Bioriginal’s coconut oil is free from harmful trans fatty acids, and it is non-hydrogenated.

Virgin Organic Coconut Oil

  • Natural rich coconut taste and aroma
  • Natural sweet coconut flavor is great for sweetening smoothies, and can be used as a substitute for butter to sweeten popcorn, in baking or cooking
  • Cold-pressed without heat or chemicals
  • Solid at room temperature
Organic Virgin Coconut Oil

Refined Organic Coconut Oil

  • Unflavored — neutral taste and aroma
  • An alternative to other oils for cooking, sautéing and baking
  • Expeller-pressed and solvent
  • Solid at room temperature
Refined Coconut Oil

Organic Virgin Coconut Oil Softgels

  • Provides all the benefits of virgin organic coconut oil in a convenient, portable form
  • Cold-pressed without heat or chemicals
  • Ideal alternative for consumers that do not like the taste of solid oil
Coconut Oil Softgels

Lauric Acid: When we consume lauric acid, it gets converted to monolaurin in our body providing anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal protection. This protection can increase our immune strength and prevent sickness.

Medium Chain Triglycerides: Medium chain triglyceride consumption can support weight management, performance enhancement and hair health.

  • Weight Management: Studies show that medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) lower body mass index (BMI) and waist circumference.
  • Performance Enhancement: Studies show that MCT consumption can provide sustenance and energy, improving performance of athletes.
  • Hair Health: The triglycerides in lauric acid can penetrate inside the hair cuticle and cortex, reducing protein loss in healthy and damaged hair – preventing the formation of ‘split ends’.

To grow the coconut tree, first a fresh coconut that still has its husk on is soaked in water for 2 to 3 days. The soaked coconut is then planted in well-drained soil, with 1/3rd of the coconut above the soil. The seedling appears after 3 to 6 months. The coconut tree takes approximately 7 years to grow, and has a long life span of 80 to 90 years. When the coconut matures, farmers collect the coconut from the tree. The oil is obtained from the meat found inside mature coconuts.

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