Why Coconut Oil Is Good for Your Teeth
Coconut oil originates from the coconut flesh. Consisting of saturated fat, it is the medium-chain triglycerides that make coconut oil special.
Lauric acid has antibacterial properties and makes up half of the fatty acids. In this way, lauric acid fights the contaminants which convert to monolaurin that are detrimental to dental health
To learn more about why coconut oil is good for your teeth, check out the above infographic from AuthorityDiet.com.
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This infographic identifies some of the benefits of coconut oil for teeth as well as how to apply it. Consistent type treatments and color-designated sections keep the reader moving through the infographic in an easy-to-identify way. The use of coconut and dental imagery communicate the main themes of the infographic. While this is helpful to visualize the main ideas of the infographic, their applications don't apply to specific data points. Icons used throughout the infographic do a bit more work to visualize the copy points at hand, but additional specificity is needed to better capture the main points. On that note, the copy itself relies on helpful headlines. However, the explanatory text could be more concise. And, for readers new to the benefits of coconut oil, some additional definition or background info could be helpful at various points of the piece. Overall, there's a lot of information here, but it needs a bit more clarity as an infographic. We'd give this an F.