VIRGIN COCONUT OIL
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Organic Virgin Coconut Oil is known for its nice fragrance, taste, and antioxidants, medium chain fatty acids, and vitamins, among things. Organic Virgin coconut oil is extracted from fresh organic coconut meat. There is really a substance called organic virgin coconut oil and, if not entirely, it has some important difference from ordinary coconut oil these difference mainly lie with the source (more specifically, the physical from of the source) the method of extraction and its subsequent benefits.
VCO is a good natural source of Lauric Acid. Lauric acid is a natural fatty acid, which is a major component in mothers’ milk. It is easy for our bodies to digest and anti-fungal, anti- viral and anti-bacterial. It is diet to maintain a healthy immune system. Virgin Coconut Oil consists 55% approx Lauric acid.
VCO has transformation of the oil. VCO has many advantages, which include the health benefits from the retained vitamins and antioxidants, the antimicrobial and antioxidants, the antimicrobial and antiviral activity from the lauric acid components and through its easy digestibility from the medium chain fatty acids. Apart from the above said, VCO and coconut oil have been traditionally used to enhance the beauty and promote the growth of our tresses, refine and moisturizes our skin conditions as well as being used as ailments for minor illnesses such as diarrhea and skin inflammations.

 
 
COOKING COCONUT OIL
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COCONUT MILK
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Coconuts are highly nutritious and rich in fibre, vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5 and B6 and minerals including iron, selenium, sodium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorous. Unlike cow's milk, coconut milk is lactose free so can be used as a milk substitute by those with lactose intolerance. It is a popular choice with vegans and makes a great base for smoothies, milkshakes or as a dairy alternative in baking.
Coconut milk is a creamy, rich liquid made from the meat of mature coconuts. It is a popular beverage in the Philippines, the Caribbean and anyplace where coconut trees are abundant. Coconut milk has the scent of a coconut and a slightly sweet taste. It is an excellent substitute for cow’s milk because it is easy to digest, simple to make and contains an abundance of nutrients. You can drink it plain, use it for cooking or blend it with smoothies to benefit from its nutritional value.
Vitamins C, E and many B vitamins are abundant in coconut milk. Vitamins C and E help to boost the immune system, and B vitamins are responsible for providing energy to the cells. Coconut milk is also rich in magnesium, potassium, phosphorous and iron. Magnesium is responsible for many biochemical functions in the body, including regulating the heart’s rhythm and supporting the function of nerve cells. Potassium maintains the tissues of the heart, kidneys, brain and muscles. Phosphorus keeps teeth and bones strong, and iron creates red blood cells and carries oxygen throughout your body. Add coconut milk to your cereal and baked goods, or drink a glass or two each day to receive these benefits.
According to "Ceylon Medical Journal," coconut fats do not contain trans-fatty acids. The fats that are present in coconuts are less likely to clog arteries, which makes coconut milk a healthy alternative to cow’s milk when it comes to preserving your heart’s health. Coconut meat contains monoglycerides, which the body absorbs and uses as energy shortly after it is consumed. Because the body does not store coconut fats, there is less chance that your arteries or blood vessels will clog, which lowers your risk of heart disease.
 
 
 
COCONUT BUTTER
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Coconut butter is the ground up dried flesh of the coconut. I’m sure you’re familiar with dried coconut flakes. The butter is simply taking these flakes and pulverizing them into a fine silky smooth butter. Coconut butter contains both natural oils from the coconut oil as well as fiber from the flesh. Bringing you the best of both worlds when it comes to total nourishment.
The nutritional benefits of coconut butter are similar to those of coconut oil. The main difference being coconut butter also contains valuable fiber. Though coconut butter doesn’t have quite as many uses as the pure oil, it’s still a very valuable addition to any diet.
 
 
 
COCONUT FLOUR
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Coconut flour is growing in popularity as more people discover the many health benefits of coconut flour nutrition, in addition to its many uses as a delicious, gluten-free, and healthy alternative to other flours.What do you need to know about coconut flour nutrition? Coconut flour is high in fiber, protein, and healthy fats and is free from wheat and other grains. It is also low in sugar, digestible carbohydrates and calories, and has a low score on the glycemic index.
This makes coconut flour a favorite amongst paleo dieters, gluten free eaters including those with Celiac Disease or a gluten sensitivity, those with digestive problems like leaky gut syndrome, anyone with a nut allergy, those with diabetes, vegetarians, and just about everyone else in between.Coconut flour is made from ground and dried coconut meat. Once the outer green husk of a coconut is removed, what remains inside is the rich, inner white lining which is the coconut meat. Coconut flour is not actually “flour” in the way we normally think of it; it contains zero grains, zero nuts, and is made completely of pure coconut. Flour can be made from many things including nuts, seeds, dried vegetables, and of course coconut meat.
 
 
COCONUT CHIPS
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KING COCONUT WATER
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king coconut is a sub class of coconut and unlike coconut this produce only use of consumption its tastier water. King coconut shell is orange in color so it is much easier to find it from ordinary coconut. King coconut water is much popular as a healthy drink which contains a lot of ingredient which essential to human body. Sri Lanka is the highest producer for king coconut and most of Sri Lankan use this drink for their daily consumption. King Coconut drink can considered as highly sweet and good beverage and this product is 100% natural. So without adding additional artificial ingredient we can consume the best natural sweet beverage to our daily consumption.
This is also used to get referees and help to purify and dehydrate our body. king coconut water consists minerals like calcium, iron and phosphorus and some vitamin. King coconut also enrich with bio active enzymes too. Most of people have less knowledge about this type of coconut even they know better about ordinary green color coconut. Most topical countries are plan to develop king coconut in to their country to better diversification on coconut products. Since this King coconut water is far better than green coconut water, it is better to find the commercial value of it and promote this as a beverage product.

 
 
DESICCATED COCONUT
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Desiccated coconut provides minerals you need to keep your connective tissues -- a group of tissues that includes your skin, tendons, ligaments, bones and teeth -- strong. Connective tissue contains large amounts of collagen, tough and resilient protein fibers that form networks and hold your tissue together. Both copper and manganese support healthy collagen production, so they keep your tissues strong. An ounce of desiccated coconut offers 778 micrograms of manganese -- 43 percent of the recommended daily intake for women and 34 percent for men -- as well as 226 micrograms of copper, or one-quarter of your recommended daily copper intake.
The copper in desiccated coconut also maintains the health of your brain. It activates enzymes responsible for the production of neurotransmitters -- chemicals your brain cells use to relay information. Other copper-dependent enzymes help you produce myelin, the fatty coating that sheaths each nerve cell and helps the cell conduct electricity. The fat found in desiccated coconut might also prevent neurological disorders. One study, published in the "Journal of Alzheimer's Disease" in October 2013, found that the oil in coconut helps shield nerve cells from the toxic effects of protein plaques, which would otherwise drive Alzheimer's disease progression.
Desiccated coconut offers other health benefits thanks to its iron and fiber content. Your body uses fiber to control your blood cholesterol levels, and a diet rich in fiber fights type-2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Desiccated coconut offers 4.6 grams of fiber per ounce, which is 18 percent of the recommended daily intake for women and 12 percent for men. The iron found in coconut helps you make ATP -- a source of energy -- as well as red blood cells that you need for oxygen transport. An ounce of desiccated coconut offers 0.94 milligrams of iron -- 12 percent and 5 percent of the daily iron intakes recommended for men and women, respectively.
 
 
   
 
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