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9/21/12 2:11 P

It is a saturated fat, but you may want to review the reference guide for fats for more info: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/reference_fat
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9/21/12 1:51 P

I am wondering why coconut oil is listed as one to avoid in the cookbook? On page 411 it says: "Oils to avoid: Cottonseed, Coconut, Palm"
but I keep hearing the benefits of coconut oil so I am curious as to why the author/editor put this in there.

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