The side effects of coconut oil have not been fully studied as of 2015, warns WebMD, but they seem largely limited to the potential for weight gain and increased cholesterol levels. The benefits of coconut oil ingested a... More »

www.reference.com Food Food Facts

Because coconut oil contains saturated fat, diabetics who use it increase their risk of heart disease and stroke, reports the American Diabetes Association. Although coconut oil, unlike most other foods with saturated fa... More »

Coconut oil pulling therapy claims to cure bad breath by fighting unicellular microorganisms that inhibit the mouth. Some studies have shown that coconut pulling therapy may also prevent tooth decay. More »

www.reference.com Health Dental

The side effects of squalene, or shark liver oil, have not been well studied, according to WebMD and Drugs.com. Humans and pigs have contracted pneumonia from breathing it in, and some people complain about its bad odor ... More »

While there is some research to suggest that coconut oil can reduces waist size, as of 2015 there is not enough evidence to suggest that people who eat it experience significant weight loss, notes Mayo Clinic. Healthy ea... More »

www.reference.com Food Food Facts

Activia yogurt side effects are not common in most people, but some consumers do experience issues such as abdominal discomfort, bloating, short bowel syndrome, gas, sugar excess and a possible increased cancer risk. Act... More »

No side effects are associated with Truvia, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The FDA has issued a GRAS, or "generally recognized as safe," notice concerning Truvia. More »

www.reference.com Food Food Facts