In 2014, researchers at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) found that the use of coconut oil, the oil of the coconut palm tree, was linked to lower levels of cardiovascular disease, cancer and premature death in the United Kingdom.

They also found that consuming coconut oil may lower the risk of developing a range of other diseases, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

But, as the use and consumption of coconut oils has grown, so has concern about the health risks associated with the oils.

There are also concerns about the fact that the oil can increase the levels of a number of chemicals, including phthalates, which can cause serious health problems.

As such, a lot of people don’t think about the possible health risks of using coconut oil when cooking with coconut oil.

This has prompted many to question its use, especially when cooking oils like coconut oil are used as an ingredient in many dishes, like macaroni and cheese, lasagne and curry.

Here are some of the health effects of coconut water that have been linked to coconut oil consumption.1.

Breast Cancer Research has linked coconut oil to a higher risk of breast cancer, and the consumption of the oil has been linked with higher levels of phthalate exposure in women.2.

Breast Pain The link between coconut oil use and breast pain is quite clear.

In a study published in the British Journal of Nutrition in 2013, researchers from the University of Exeter found that women who used coconut oil for cooking had higher levels a phthalocyanin (PC) in their breast tissue, which is a type of fat that can cause breast pain.3.

Stroke People who are at higher risk for strokes tend to have higher levels in their blood, which in turn are linked to a more elevated risk of strokes, particularly in the elderly.4.

High Blood Pressure While a higher amount of saturated fats can raise blood pressure, the same cannot be said of coconut butter.

In the UK, coconut oil is the main ingredient in coconut butter and is associated with higher blood pressure levels.5.

Heart Disease Researchers have linked coconut water to a lower risk of heart disease, and some studies have also shown that it may be a factor in preventing or treating heart disease.6.

High Risk of Diabetes According to a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), the consumption, or intake, of coconut products was associated with a lower likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes.7.

Diabetes The consumption of fatty fish and coconut oil have been associated with lower rates of type 2 diabetics, and it’s believed that this may be linked to the consumption and consumption patterns of the people consuming the products.8.

Cancer The use of processed foods has been associated also with an increased risk of colon cancer.9.

Cancer Prevention In an analysis of data from the Australian Cancer Surveillance Network, researchers found that a higher proportion of people who drank coconut oil had experienced a higher incidence of cancer than those who drank water.10.

Breastfeeding A lot of the research is focused on coconut oil’s effect on breastfeeding.

But there’s a lot more to the science than just that.

A study published by the Journal to Control Cancer found that breastfeeding has been shown to increase levels of the pro-inflammatory cytokine interleukin-8 in the mother’s breast milk.11.

Heart Attacks Researchers have shown that women with higher intake of coconut and olive oil have an increased likelihood of experiencing a heart attack, and research has also shown the health impacts of eating too much coconut oil on heart health.12.

Breast Development A study by the Australian Research Council (ARC) found an association between breast development and the use, consumption and intake of saturated fatty acids in breast milk, and a lack of the omega-3 fatty acids found in coconut oil has also been linked.13.

Caffeine Research has also found coconut oil can reduce the risk for depression.

In one study, researchers had people consume caffeine for 12 weeks and then measured their moods for a week afterwards.14.

Migraine headaches Migraine headache symptoms can be associated with excessive coconut oil usage, which has been connected to headaches, migraines and other symptoms that are linked with coconut consumption.15.

Headaches Researchers have found coconut water may increase migraine headaches, but not in the same way that coconut oil does.16.

Strokes A study from the British Medical Journal (BMJ) found a link between increased consumption of caffeine and the risk or severity of stroke.17.

Strophy Research has shown that coconut water is linked to increased risk for some forms of stroke, such as myocardial infarction.18.

Lung Cancer The consumption and use of flavonoids in coconut milk has been found to have the ability to reduce lung cancer, although there are concerns that these are not always beneficial.19.

Strove-Related Cancers A study of patients with dementia found that flavonoid