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Is coconut oil a healthy choice for people with diabetes?

Many people like coconut oil for its flavor, purity, and high smoke point. If you eat a healthy, low carb diet, you should not have to worry about natural fats of any kind.
Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine
Coconut oil is not recommended for people with diabetes. In this video Robin Miller, MD tells us why olive oil is the better choice for diabetics.

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