Saturated fat when consumed at high levels for long periods of time can cause serious health risks. Coconut oil has the highest level but it is also found in meats and dairy products.
An easy way to see if an oil or food contains satfat is in its hardness at room temperature.
For an example… remember the white hard ‘stuff’ left in your frying pan after the bacon is long gone? Yes you are correct, its the dreaded satfat. So what is the answer Annie, you ask? If you need to eat those 3 strips of bacon you’re gonna have to skip the coconut oil shots!