Coconut oil? I have used it, mixed with Vaseline, (20% Coconut oil/80% Vaseline) as a lubricant and skin conditioner. It IS liquid at "Room Temperature" if your room is slightly on the WARM side, near 80 degrees F.--In rooms favored by many of us "Air conditioning addicted" Americans, with temperatures BELOW 75 degrees F, yes, it will be a solid! As far as DIET goes, my family and myself included, try to minimize usage of processed cooking fats such as CRISCO and MARGARINE, preferring to use real BUTTER, fats from our meats, and natural oils, such as LARD, BACON GREASE, OLIVE OIL< etc--I fry eggs with grease from bacon, sausage, or butter. My family has EVOLVED eating these readily obtainable fats, (Lard, Butter, meat fats) and at age 92, my Mom still drives to the store to do her own shopping, my "Tuskegee Airman" uncle celebrated his 95th birthday 8 August, and MANY other family members, all using REAL butter, eating eggs, bacon, pork, fried chicken, real sugar, HOME BAKED cookies, pies, cakes (With REAL butter, eggs, sugar, lard, vanilla, salt,) etc-ALL lived beyond 80 years old, with NO alzhiemers or dementia, while others, eating/drinking "Diet" foods, store-bought "FAKE" bakery cakes/pies/cookies, margarine, "Lowfat" milk, fast food meals, artificial sweeteners, and/or heavy doses og high fructose corn sweetener containing food and drink, did NOT enjoy the same fate!--Get a COOKBOOK from 1955 or earlier, and COMPARE ingredients used to make a cake, cookies, or pie, with what is listed on the fare from today's store bakeries! --See my photo?-I am age 70! MODERATION is very important, as is EXERCISE, I seldom "Pig Out" on fatty foods or baked sweets, and I place FRIED foods on paper towels to drain/absorb excess cooking fats before eating. I try to AVOID "DIET drinks", fake butter, "Partially hydrogenated cottonseed oil" and similar stuff, foods with heavy preservatives added, and seldom frequent "fast food" resttaurants. ---As slaves in early America, my early family members (Including my fathers grandmother, still alive when I was in 2nd grade) ate what they were given, or could find! In Virginia, at that time, lard, butter, eggs, pork, chicken, rabbit, deer, squirrel, fish, oysters, crabs, collard greens, spinach, watermelon, carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, potatoes, lettuce, cabbage, corn, wheat products, apples, peaches, pears, pecans, peanuts, walnuts, peas, string beans, sweet potatoes, radishes, were prevalent foods! Great grandma had 17 kids, and lived for over 100 years! (Yes, I have a photo of my family with her)--Eat REAL FOODS, in moderation, (Cook at home) and EXERCISE-lift weights, run/bike, wrestle, box, etc) get OUTDOORS for activities in the sunshine once in awhile! Long-term use of drugs or diets seem to often produce BAD effects! Try to avoid that!