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Coconut oil not a good substition for grass-fed animal fat? B/c vitamin and mineral difference

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created February 16, 2012 at 1:21 AM

If all of my saturated fat consumption comes from coconut, will i be deficient in those fat soluble vitamins from grass fed meat? Should I even be worrying?

D7cc4049bef85d1979efbd853dc07c8e

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on February 16, 2012
at 03:34 AM

How about using coconut oil with conventional beef. But I agree with ben61820, doesn't seem worth much of a worry point.

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on February 16, 2012
at 02:20 AM

Def not worth worrying over.

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on February 16, 2012
at 01:44 AM

I do use grass fed, but sometimes I can't buy it because my parents think it's too expensive.

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D7cc4049bef85d1979efbd853dc07c8e

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on February 16, 2012
at 01:27 AM

Why not use it in addition to grass-fed animal fat? Is there a reason you are looking at it as an either/or proposition?

D7cc4049bef85d1979efbd853dc07c8e

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on February 16, 2012
at 03:34 AM

How about using coconut oil with conventional beef. But I agree with ben61820, doesn't seem worth much of a worry point.

F4a6fc9f0b701e12cdf2ad5dadaeb2dd

(360)

on February 16, 2012
at 01:44 AM

I do use grass fed, but sometimes I can't buy it because my parents think it's too expensive.

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on February 16, 2012
at 12:23 PM

Eat a variety of fats (olive, butter, palm, etc), not just coconut. Consume animal fat, even if it's not 100% optimal.

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