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Lauric Acid
Definition

What does Lauric Acid do for the body

Lauric Acid is a type of Fatty Acid found in Coconut Oil. The Antimicrobial property of Lauric Acid helps to fight virus and bacterial infections. Lauric Acid is helpful in the digestion process and helps to lose weight. Lauric Acid maintains the Cardiovascular health and prevents Heart Disease.

Requirement of Lauric Acid per day

10 mg to 20 mg

Benefits of Lauric Acid

Lauric Acid has strong Anti fungal property. This property helps to inhibit the fungal infection and treats Dandruff. Lauric Acid strengthens the Immune System and boosts the metabolism. It nourishes the Skin and supports the regeneration of new skin cells. Lauric Acid helps to lower the Blood Cholesterol level and prevents Diabetes.

Functions of Lauric Acid

Lauric Acid inhibits the growth of pathogens. This treats Influenza, Herpes and Infections. Lauric Acid supports the proper functioning of the Thyroid Glands. It restricts the growth of Propionibacterium bacteria that causes Acne and Breakouts. Lauric Acid reduces the Dryness and cures Skin Diseases.

Effects of excess Lauric Acid in the body

Inflammation
Increased Weight
Indigestion
Diarrhea
High Blood Cholesterol
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Lauric Acid

Most Effective

Highly Effective