If you are already healthy, you shouldn't require more than 1-2tbs a day. I would always recommend starting with 1tsp and working your way up. You can have reactions if you have yeast or 'bad bacteria over activity. Starting low, working your way up, will ensure you do not experience any uncomfortable reactions. I eat it right off the spoon, but you can cook with it (high smoke point makes it less likely to create free radicals like other vegetable oils), use it in tea, spread it on toast or as a butter replacement for anything, use for cooking rice or quinoa, melt it in warm water and add vinegar and spices for a salad dressing, add to smoothies for a nice creamy affect - there are endless ways to enjoy this oil! This is a great article, I do have a differing opinion that unrefined and preferably organic varieties are best for all uses, especially for cooking, skincare, haircare, and therapeutic/health purposes.
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