This is an interesting article I found on HowDoesShe website on how to keep your hair moisterize with coconut oil. Coconut is one of the best moisturizer you can find because its totally chemical free and natural and It’s been used by indigenous people around the world, from South America, […]
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How Much Coconut Oil Should a Person Eat to get the health benefits? An Interview with Dr. Bruce Fife – How
Below is an Interview with Dt Bruce Fife about How Much Coconut Oil Should a Person Eat to get the...
IQuitSugar has published an interesting article why you should buy an extra large jar Coconut Oil...
By Raul Lora-Zamorano @Coconutoil.com While I cannot tell you the exact day or even the month,...
Did you know coconut oil is antibacterial, so it will totally help with acne? It is also great for healing acne scarring! Popping pimples is the #1 cause of acne scars, so don’t pop those pimples ladies! You can usually find coconut oil in your local grocery store, but if […]Read more ›
Coconut water has anti-oxidant properties and is anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory. It is rich in vitamins, minerals and other nutrients, particularly potassium, calcium and chloride. It is naturally low in calories, fat and dietary cholesterol, making it an excellent choice for individuals on a weight loss diet. As this infographic […]Read more ›
Who would have thought that swishing oil in your mouth for 10 to 20 minutes a day would be the cool thing to do. But it seems like everyone is “pulling oil” these days, from your favorite bloggers and magazine writers to your local news anchor. Thousands of people are […]Read more ›
The Daily Beast reports that oil pulling, a 3,000-year-old Ayurvedic practice, is the latest grooming trend to get the blogosphere in a tizzy. Practitioners claim that the simple process can whiten teeth, destroy halitosis, and even improve heart health. But why, suddenly, is this ancient technique on the tip of […]Read more ›
The most obvious result of oil pulling is improved dental health. Teeth become whiter, gums pinker and healthier looking, and breath fresher. That alone makes it worthwhile. What is really remarkable is that the health benefits don’t stop there. Many health problems, including those which medical science has yet to […]Read more ›
By Jessica T. Emery, DMD For the record, a regular oil-pulling routine should not replace routine dental visits and traditional at-home oral care. Oil pulling does not reverse the effects of tooth decay, and it’s important that patients are made fully aware of that. That being said, I do believe […]Read more ›